Africa

ICC orders conditional release of Ivory Coast's Gbagbo

Ex-leader stood trial for murder, rape, persecution and other inhumane acts committed in 2010's post-election violence.

ICC orders conditional release of Ivory Coast's Gbagbo

Asia

Prosecute Myanmar army chief for Rohingya 'genocide': UN envoy

UN rights envoy Yanghee Lee says holding perpetrators to account for crimes is necessary before refugees could return.

Prosecute Myanmar army chief for Rohingya 'genocide': UN envoy

Africa

Ivory Coast ex-President Gbagbo's release delayed until February

Gbagbo was found not guilty of crimes against humanity in what some have called a blow to the ICC.

Ivory Coast ex-President Gbagbo's release delayed until February

Africa

Ivory Coast urges calm as ICC weighs Gbagbo's return

Daughter of former president says father intends to go home as anti-Gbagbo protests erupted in Abidjan.

Ivory Coast urges calm as ICC weighs Gbagbo's return home

ICC

ICC acquits Ivory Coast's Laurent Gbagbo of war crimes

Former president to be provisionally released after judges say prosecutors failed to satisfy burden of proof.

Africa

CAR suspect wanted for war crimes against Muslims handed to ICC

Once nicknamed 'Rambo', Alfred Yekatom is accused of leading 3,000 Anti-balaka fighters blamed for 2013-2014 atrocities.

Bangladesh

Rohingya will not be 'forcibly repatriated' to Myanmar

Planned expulsion may not go ahead as Rohingya go into hiding while aid agencies warn return is too dangerous.

Rohingya in Bangladesh will not be forced back to Myanmar

Africa

ICC trial of LRA leader only part of search for justice in Uganda

At the ICC, a commander of a Ugandan group linked to 100,000 deaths is standing trial, but observers worry that only rebels are facing justice for crimes during the brutal civil war.

Philippines

Duterte: My only sin is extrajudicial killings

Activists call for prosecution as Philippines president apparently admits to responsibility for killings in 'drugs war'.

Rodrigo Duterte: 'My only sin is extrajudicial killings'

Latin America

Will 'thousands killed by Colombia's army' get justice?

Families fear transitional system will delay justice for those killed by Colombian military during war with FARC.

Colombia false positive scandal: Families demand 'greater truth'

Human Rights

ICC opens probe into crimes against Rohingya

The International Criminal Court has initiated a preliminary investigation into alleged crimes against the Rohingya.

ICC opens probe into crimes against Rohingya

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.