Middle East

ICC prosecutor voices regret over anti-Qatar blockade

Fatou Bensouda visits Doha to discuss violations of international accords committed by the blockading states.

ICC prosecutor voices regret over anti-Qatar blockade

Africa

ICC: S Africa broke rules by failing to arrest Bashir

Pretoria went against Rome Statute in 2015 by preventing prosecution of Sudan's leader for war crimes, ICC says.

ICC: S Africa broke rules by failing to arrest Bashir

Middle East

ICC demands 'immediate arrest' of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi

Son of former Libyan leader reportedly released from prison a few days ago in Libya's western city of Zintan.

ICC demands 'immediate arrest' of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi

Africa

ICC unveils arrest warrant for Gaddafi-era official

Ex-security chief Al-Tuhamy Mohamed Khaled wanted for war crimes and acts against humanity, four-year-old document says.

ICC unseals warrant for Libya's Gaddafi-era official

ICC

ICC awards damages to victims of DRC militia leader

Court in The Hague makes first compensation award to victims of war crimes, relating to an attack in the DRC.

 ICC orders first monetary awards to war crime victims

Opinion

South Africa's future in the ICC is still uncertain

S Africa's decision to revoke its notice of withdrawal from the ICC does not mean the matter is conclusively settled.

Solomon Dersso

by Solomon Dersso

Solomon Dersso

Africa

S Africa's ICC withdrawal revoked after court ruling

UN treaty posts website notice saying that the South African government will no longer pursue ICC withdrawal.

ICC withdrawal revoked after court ruling: UN

Africa

SA court rules ICC withdrawal plan unconstitutional

South African government wanted to leave the ICC as a result of the court's alleged bias against African nations.

Court rules ICC withdrawal plan unconstitutional

Opinion

Gambia: A lesson for African dictators

What Gambia can teach other countries about the peaceful transfer of power.

Solomon Dersso

by Solomon Dersso

Solomon Dersso

Uganda

Former LRA warlord denies war crimes in ICC trial

Dominic Ongwen faces charges of rape, murder, forced marriage and the use of child soldiers.

Rodrigo Duterte

Duterte calls threat of ICC indictment hypocritical

Philippines president blasts calls for his trial at the international criminal court over bloody crackdown on drugs.

Rodrigo Duterte shrugs off 'bulls***' ICC threat

Russia

Russia pulls out from International Criminal Court

Moscow's decision follows UN report on Russian rights abuses and discrimination in Crimea.

Russia pulls out from International Criminal Court

Human Rights

US rejects ICC probe into war crimes in Afghanistan

International Criminal Court prosecutors say the US may have tortured at least 88 people at a number of sites.

US: Probe into war crimes in Afghanistan unwarranted

Opinion

Africa's challenge to the ICC

The scrutiny of the three African withdrawals from the ICC should not be reduced to accusations of seeking impunity.

Solomon Dersso

by Solomon Dersso

Solomon Dersso

Talk to Al Jazeera

Sudan's FM: 'ICC is a court built to indict Africans'

Ibrahim Ghandour discusses Darfur, the allegations of ongoing government violence and Bashir's indictment by the ICC.