DR Congo rebel leader Bosco Ntaganda found guilty by ICC of overseeing massacres and using child soldiers.
by Mark Kersten
12 April 2019 GMT+3
International Criminal Court judges reject prosecutor's request to investigate alleged war crimes in Afghanistan.
5 April 2019 GMT+3
Southeast Asian country signed the Rome Statute in March but still had to ratify it to become a member.
5 April 2019 GMT+3
US authorities cancel Fatou Bensouda's visa in response to her inquiry into possible war crimes by US forces and allies.
17 March 2019 GMT+3
Manila moved to quit after the body launched an examination in 2018 into President Rodrigo Duterte's drug crackdown.
11 March 2019 GMT+3
Former rebel leader and popular opposition figure seeks compensation from global court for legal costs, losses.
7 March 2019 GMT+3
Requests filed the International Criminal Court on behalf of refugees to ask for investigation into Syria.
6 February 2019 GMT+3
Former leader released month after he was acquitted by ICC on condition that he would surrender his passport.
2 February 2019 GMT+3
ICC acquitted the ex-president who stood trial for murder, rape, persecution and other inhumane acts committed in 2010.
1 February 2019 GMT+3
Ex-leader stood trial for murder, rape, persecution and other inhumane acts committed in 2010's post-election violence.
25 January 2019 GMT+3
UN rights envoy Yanghee Lee says holding perpetrators to account for crimes is necessary before refugees could return.
18 January 2019 GMT+3
Gbagbo was found not guilty of crimes against humanity in what some have called a blow to the ICC.
16 January 2019 GMT+3
Daughter of former president says father intends to go home as anti-Gbagbo protests erupted in Abidjan.
15 January 2019 GMT+3
Former president to be provisionally released after judges say prosecutors failed to satisfy burden of proof.
17 November 2018 GMT+3
Once nicknamed 'Rambo', Alfred Yekatom is accused of leading 3,000 Anti-balaka fighters blamed for 2013-2014 atrocities.
15 November 2018 GMT+3
Planned expulsion may not go ahead as Rohingya go into hiding while aid agencies warn return is too dangerous.
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