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The ICC's first sentencing shows how far the court has come in its first decade, but more work remains to be done.
A new bout of violence in central Africa is largely ignored by the rest of the world.
DR Congo's Thomas Lubanga given 14 years in International Criminal Court's first-ever sentencing in decade of operation.
The new chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court explains her approach to dealing with war criminals.
Determined to end impunity across the globe, we ask if the ICC can work efficiently in a politically polarised world.
The criminal court is a great achievement in international justice, but it must do better in its next decade.
First woman and African to head International Criminal Court vows to work for justice for the victims of her continent.
Gambian says she is ready to lead the fight against world's worst war criminals, during speech at ceremony in The Hague.
Both justice and peace elude residents of Kiwanja in North Kivu, as rebel group renews assault on government troops.
The international judicial system could be helping to fuel the country's recent surge in conflict.
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