The Hague

Dominic Ongwen ICC trial: Child victim or war criminal?

Defence lawyers for former Ugandan warlord Dominic Ongwen, on trial for war crimes at The Hague are presenting him as a victim of the LRA's crimes, not their architect.

Democratic Republic of the Congo

ICC sentences DRC's Jean-Pierre Bemba over witness tampering

The former vice president has been barred from the Democratic Republic of Congo's presidential election over the case.

ICC sentences DRC's Jean-Pierre Bemba over witness tampering

Opinion

The ICC: A common cause between John Bolton and Africa?

African states should think long and hard before backing Bolton's attacks on the ICC.

Nicole Fritz

by Nicole Fritz

Nicole Fritz

Inside Story

Can the US still broker peace in Middle East?

Palestinians remain defiant as Washington takes further measures against them.

United States

Transcript: John Bolton targets Palestinians and ICC

Full text of US national security adviser's speech lashing out at the International Criminal Court and Palestinians.

Full text of John Bolton's speech to the Federalist Society

Asia

Myanmar rejects ICC ruling to probe Rohingya deportations

A day after ICC's unprecedented ruling, Myanmar says it has no obligation to respect it.

Myanmar rejects ICC ruling to probe Rohingya deportations

Democratic Republic of the Congo

DRC rebel tells ICC he's a revolutionary, not the 'terminator'

Bosco Ntaganda faces 18 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity for acts allegedly committed in 2002-2003.

DRC rebel tells ICC he's a revolutionary, not the 'terminator'

Rohingya

'Genocidal intent': UN demands prosecutions in Myanmar

Top Myanmar generals led brutal campaign against Rohingya involving 'gravest crimes under international law"'.

UN documents 'shocking crimes' by Myanmar army

Democratic Republic of the Congo

DRC bans Bemba from running for president

Country's former VP registered as a candidate after the ICC overturned his war crimes charges earlier this year.

Talk to Al Jazeera

Bemba: Sympathy for victims but justice has been served

The recently acquitted former DRC vice president discusses 10 years in captivity, upcoming elections and Congo's future.

Opinion

The ICC's problem is not overt racism, it is Eurocentricism

European imperial values laid the foundation of the ICC and have caused its many problems.

Awol K Allo

by Awol K Allo

Awol K Allo

Opinion

The ICC is reaching out to victims of war crimes in Palestine

The Court's surprising decision to establish outreach activities in Palestine is a welcomed step in the right direction.

Nada Kiswanson

by Nada Kiswanson

Nada Kiswanson

Opinion

Why the ICC is worth defending

The ICC is the embodiment of a world in which I want to live and serve, writes Aurelia Frick, FM of Liechtenstein.

Aurelia Frick

by Aurelia Frick

Aurelia Frick

ICC

ICC's 20th anniversary: Examining the world's worst atrocities

ICC set up to criminailise war crimes.

Opinion

What Jean-Pierre Bemba's acquittal by the ICC means

The ICC decision to overturn Bemba's conviction will have major consequences for both the DRC and the court.

Oumar Ba

by Oumar Ba

Oumar Ba