International Criminal Court
Christian detained in Xinjiang testifies for first time to the horror he experienced under Chinese rule
During a conference on victims of communism on Wednesday, April 13, a Christian survivor of the Xinjiang concentration camps described his ordeal under the Chinese regime, Breitbart reported. The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC) held a conference that, in addition to exposing the atrocious experiences, calls for an investigation by ...
Biden supports investigating if Russian abuses in Ukraine ‘constitute a war crime’
Joe Biden's administration will check if the military conflict in Eastern Europe breaches international warfare rules. The White House is aware of allegations that Russian forces abused Ukraine residents and supports investigating whether deploying cluster bombs in densely populated areas "would constitute a war crime." "We have seen very credible reports of ...
Sudan’s Bashir transferred to high-security prison
Relatives of the ousted president say Bashir, 75, was moved to Khartoum's Kobar prison on Tuesday and is being held under tight security
International court prosecutors says US has revoked her visa
The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court says her U.S. visa has been revoked, in the first evidence of a crackdown on the global tribunal by the Trump administration. Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda's office said in a written statement Friday that U.S authorities revoked her entry visa. The statement added that the move ...
Belgium agrees to take in former Ivory Coast president
Laurent Gbagbo was granted a conditional release by the ICC and must remain in his host country
ICC appeals chamber places conditions on Gbagbo’s release
Former Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo and youth minister Charles Ble Goude must be released to a state willing to accept them, under court's terms
ICC orders ex-Ivory Coast president to remain in custody
Prosecutors appealing judges’ verdict acquitting Laurent Gbagbo and a top aide of crimes against humanity stemming from 2010 election violence
ICC judges: Former Ivory Coast president Gbagbo should be released
Judges first ordered their release Tuesday after acquitting them on charges of crimes against humanity including murder, rape and persecution
ICC prosecutors to appeal Gbagbo acquittal on war crimes charges
Three-judge panel ordered the immediate release of Gbagbo and Charles Ble Goude, his close aide, but suspended the order until Wednesday to give the prosecution time to file an appeal
ICC judges acquit former Ivory Coast president Gbagbo
Judges at the International Criminal Court on Tuesday acquitted former Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo and former youth minister Charles Ble Goude of crimes committed following disputed elections
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