Court in The Hague makes first compensation award to victims of war crimes, relating to an attack in the DRC.
by Solomon Dersso
Uganda06 Dec 2016 11:01 GMT
Dominic Ongwen faces charges of rape, murder, forced marriage and the use of child soldiers.
Rodrigo Duterte28 Nov 2016 21:36 GMT
Philippines president blasts calls for his trial at the international criminal court over bloody crackdown on drugs.
Russia16 Nov 2016 14:53 GMT
Moscow's decision follows UN report on Russian rights abuses and discrimination in Crimea.
Human Rights16 Nov 2016 11:11 GMT
International Criminal Court prosecutors say the US may have tortured at least 88 people at a number of sites.
Africa12 Nov 2016 11:32 GMT
The scrutiny of the three African withdrawals from the ICC should not be reduced to accusations of seeking impunity.
Talk to Al Jazeera29 Oct 2016 13:49 GMT
Ibrahim Ghandour discusses Darfur, the allegations of ongoing government violence and Bashir's indictment by the ICC.
ICC28 Oct 2016 16:04 GMT
International Criminal Court defiant after African states take aim at the world's only permanent war crimes tribunal.
The Gambia26 Oct 2016 06:29 GMT
African nation says ICC persecuting "people of colour" but ex-prosecutor says continent's leaders covering up crimes.
Africa21 Oct 2016 12:06 GMT
Government to submit a bill to exit the ICC, amid growing concerns that Hague-based court tries mostly African leaders.
Burundi12 Oct 2016 16:06 GMT
Lower house of parliament passes draft law to exit ICC after UN launches probe into alleged human rights abuses.
Middle East06 Sep 2016 07:04 GMT
An expected visit by ICC delegation could increase the risk of Israeli officials being tried for war crimes.
Human Rights25 Apr 2016 21:14 GMT
UN estimate says at least 430 people killed in the past year after President Nkurinziza launched election campaign.
UpFront12 Mar 2016 08:23 GMT
Former prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo and Professor Mahmood Mamdani debate whether the ICC has an African obsession.
Politics08 Mar 2016 17:22 GMT
Islanders, who blame nuclear tests before 1958 for health damage, accuse the nations of breaching legal duty to disarm.
Mali02 Mar 2016 09:45 GMT
Malian member of al-Qaeda-linked group Ansar al-Dine is accused of being involved in destroying historic Timbuktu sites.
by Solomon Dersso
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