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Extremist Found Liable For $3.2 Million For Destroying Shrines In Timbuktu

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"On Thursday, the International Criminal Court ruled that former rebel Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi, the man convicted of ordering the attack on the ancient landmarks in Timbuktu, was required to pay 'individual, collective and symbolic' reparations of up to $3.2 million (2.7 million euros). Al-Mahdi was jailed last September for nine years by the Hague-based court […]

East Libyan forces say have arrested commander sought by ICC

BENGAHZI, Libya (Reuters) - Security forces in eastern Libya said on Thursday they had arrested the commander of an elite forces unit who is sought by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for allegedly executing dozens of prisoner...

Mali ex-jihadist liable for 2.7 mn euros for Timbuktu destruction

A war crimes court Thursday said a Malian ex-jihadist caused 2.7 million euros in damages when he destroyed Timbuktu's fabled shrines in 2012. The International Criminal Court ordered victims be paid "individual, collective and symbolic" reparations, ICC judge Raul Pangalangan said. Show More Summary

ICC orders Mali radical to pay $3.2 million in reparations

The International Criminal court says a Muslim radical found guilty of destroying World Heritage-listed cultural sites in the Malian city of Timbuktu must pay 2.7 million euros ($3.2 million) in … Click to Continue »

War crimes court holds Islamist liable for $3.2 million in damages to Timbuktu shrines

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Judges at the International Criminal Court ruled on Thursday that a former Islamist rebel who was jailed for wrecking holy sites in Timbuktu was liable for damages of 2.7 million euros ($3.2 million).

Russia criticizes ruling on its seizure of a Greenpeace ship

Russia's Foreign Ministry has dismissed an international tribunal's ruling against it for seizing a Greenpeace ship as encouraging criminal behavior. The Hague-based court on Tuesday ordered Russia to pay damages … Click to Continue...

Court to review detention of ex-Ivory Coast leader Gbagbo

International Criminal Court appeals judges have ordered a new review into whether former Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo should be released from detention while his long-running trial continues on crimes … Click to Continue »

Brazilian Court Dismisses Criminal Charge Made Against Ryan Lochte Following Rio Olympics Incident

2016 was a VERY busy year for your brain, but if you quickly flip back through your internal WTF mental catalog, you might recall that odd incident where U.S. gold medalist Ryan Lochte allegedly lied about being mugged while attending the Rio Olympics last August. Brazilian police determined that Lochte, ... More »

NGOs ask International Criminal Court for Mexico probe

Dozens of civil society organizations have presented a report to the International Criminal Court in The Hague in hopes it will lead to an investigation of possible crimes against humanity … Click to Continue »

Groups seek probe by international court

The International Criminal Court was asked yesterday to investigate hundreds of crimes in the state of Coahuila between 2009 and 2016, some of which are being described as crimes against FULL STORY The post Groups seek probe by international court appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

ICC says South Africa should have arrested al-Bashir

The International Criminal Court said Thursday that South Africa should have arrested Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, wanted by the ICC for alleged war crimes, when he visited the country in … Click to Continue »

Activists urge ICC to probe Mexico's 'crimes against humanity'

Rights activists on Wednesday urged the International Criminal Court to probe years of killings and disappearances, as well as torture and detentions, in violence-plagued northern Mexico. "From 2009... the whole chain of state security...Show More Summary

War crimes court to rule on South Africa's failure to arrest Sudan's Bashir

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Judges at the International Criminal Court (ICC) will rule on Thursday on whether South Africa violated ICC rules by failing to arrest Sudan's president during a 2015 visit to Johannesburg, in a case that will test international support for the court.

Sudan's wanted president to visit Russia next month: ministry

KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir will travel to Russia next month, Khartoum authorities said on Monday, a rare overseas trip for a leader wanted by the International Criminal Court on charges of crimes against humanity.

Locked Docks: Courtroom Cages for Criminal Defendants

Long eschewed as prejudicial by American courts and by the International Criminal Court in the Hague, locked docks, either metal cells or enclosures made of glass or wood, are still common, not only in countries like Russia and Egypt...Show More Summary

Appeal judges: ICC can prosecute rebel for rape, sex slavery

Appeals judges at the International Criminal Court have ruled that the court has the authority to prosecute a Congolese rebel — whose trial is already underway — for the alleged … Click to Continue »

ICC calls for 'immediate arrest' of Kadhafi son

The International Criminal Court chief's prosecutor on Wednesday called for the "immediate arrest and surrender" of Moamer Kadhafi's son Seif al-Islam, who was reportedly set free by a militia in Libya. An arrest warrant issued by the...Show More Summary

Congolese rebel Ntaganda testifying in his defense at ICC

A Congolese rebel leader on trial at the International Criminal Court has begun testifying in his own defense, saying that as a young soldier he helped end the 1994 Rwandan … Click to Continue »

ICC calls for 'immediate arrest' of Kadhafi son

The International Criminal Court chief's prosecutor Wednesday called for the "immediate arrest and surrender" of Moamer Kadhafi's son Seif al-Islam, who was reportedly set free by a militia in Libya. An arrest warrant issued by the Hague-based...Show More Summary

International prosecutor calls for arrest of Gadhafi's son

The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court is appealing for the immediate arrest of the son of former Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi, who was recently released from custody in Libya … Click to Continue »

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