My colleague Kevin Sieff recently sat down with Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir, in what was Bashir's first interview with an American media outlet in four years. Bashir, 70, is wanted by the International Criminal Court for his role in the genocide in Darfur, a restive Sudanese region where violence has displaced half a million people this year alone. The […]
My colleague Kevin Sieff recently sat down with Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir, in what was Bashir's first interview with an American media outlet in four years. Bashir, 70, is wanted by the International Criminal Court for...Show More Summary
Human Rights Watch | – Position paper from Amnesty International, Broederlijk Delen, Christian Aid, the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH), Human Rights Watch, and Pax Christi Flanders Ongoing impunity for serious…
Hundreds of new cases involving allegations of torture of Iraqi citizens, including men, women and children, by British soldiers are set to be brought before the International Criminal Courts in The Hague. A new dossier, containing claims...Show More Summary
SUPERIOR PROBLEM - The Fact That Corrupt Leaders In Ivory Coast Had Such Contempt For Democracy That They Refused To Give Up The Seat Of Power - Leading To The Death Of 3,000 People BIG PROBLEM - The Failure Of Self-Governance Provided...Show More Summary
By Juan Cole | – Satire alert : The hall at the International Criminal Court in the Hague was packed today as the trial began of former US Vice President Richard Bruce…
Mark Kersten explores the question at Justice in Conflict blog. Read the rest
This morning's key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com Canada and Britain close their Cairo Egypt embassies over security concerns State of Palestine joins the International Criminal Court Canada and Britain close their Cairo Egypt...Show More Summary
Decision clears way for the International Criminal Court to investigate war crimes in the Occupied Territories.
Amid calls for North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un's prosecution before the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity, authorities are apparently restructuring the country's vast network of prison camps, which involves subjecting...Show More Summary
Supporters of Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta celebrate in the streets of Nairobi following the International Criminal Court’s ruling to drop crimes against humanity charges against him at the Hague on Dec. 5. Photo by Simon Maina/AFP/Getty...Show More Summary
Back in October, when Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta arrived at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands, it looked like it could be an important moment for international justice. The ICC had charged Kenyatta with crimes...Show More Summary
The lead prosecutor for the International Criminal Court has withdrawn all criminal charges in a mass murder case against Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, citing a lack of evidence, the court announced Friday.
But the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court reserved the right to bring new charges against Uhuru Kenyatta. The Kenyan leader said he was excited and relieved at the decision.
International Criminal Court prosecutor says the charges cannot be sustained.
The International Criminal Court in The Hague is finally speaking up about our abuse of detainees in Afghanistan: The prosecutor’s office concluded that “the information available suggests that between May 2003 and June 2004, members...Show More Summary
The Hague’s International Criminal Court has long avoided pointing the finger at U.S. misdeeds in Afghanistan. That truce is about to end.
Rebel leader's conviction for recruiting child soldiers upheld by the International Criminal Court in the Hague.
The decision by a U.N. General Assembly committee to condemn North Korea for crimes against humanity this week is historic. It could well lead to the North Korean leadership facing trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC), forcing them to confront the numerous accusations made against their isolated regime. Read full article >>
A United Nations human rights committee on Tuesday passed a resolution recommending that North Korea's leaders be prosecuted in the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity. The resolution was based on a February report describing decades of executions, torture, rape, and mass starvation. Show More Summary