- Execution in Bangladesh sparks violent protests Updated: Dec-13-13 3:49 am
- ICC prosecutor criticizes UN over Sudan inaction Updated: Dec-11-13 6:54 pm
- Attorneys for Mexican national want execution halt Updated: Dec-11-13 4:41 pm
- Court: Mladic has to testify in Karadzic trial Updated: Dec-11-13 1:11 pm
- Analysis finds confusion over 'armed conflicts' Updated: Dec-10-13 11:15 am
- Canada plans claim that would include North Pole Updated: Dec-09-13 7:46 pm
- Bosnian court won't re-arrest war criminals Updated: Dec-05-13 11:58 am
- Congolese lawyer appears as suspect at ICC Updated: Dec-05-13 5:43 am
- War crimes apologist from Franco-Algerian war dies Updated: Dec-04-13 12:01 pm
- UN: Syria crimes evidence 'indicates' Assad role Updated: Dec-02-13 3:54 pm
- International court changes trial attendance rule Updated: Nov-27-13 9:50 pm
- Protest in Bosnia during UN tribunal chief speech Updated: Nov-27-13 10:58 am
- UN tribunal's president visits Bosnian mass grave Updated: Nov-25-13 1:48 pm
- Kenya says will push ahead with ICC reform agenda Updated: Nov-21-13 1:13 pm
- International court summit debates Africa issues Updated: Nov-20-13 11:23 am
- Bosnia court releases genocide convicts Updated: Nov-19-13 11:38 am
- Soldier: Minneapolis man ordered Nazi-led attack Updated: Nov-18-13 9:02 pm
DHAKA, Bangladesh - The execution of an opposition leader in Bangladesh sparked violent protests Friday as activists torched homes and businesses belonging to government supporters, leaving at least three people dead, in a fresh wave of bloodshed ahead of elections next month.
UNITED NATIONS - The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court accused the U.N. Security Council on Wednesday of prolonging the conflict in Darfur by its failure to take action to arrest Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir and others accused of war crimes.
HOUSTON - Attorneys for a Mexican national facing execution next month in Texas for killing a Houston police officer asked the state parole board Wednesday to recommend halting his punishment because the inmate wasn't told he could get legal help from the Mexican government under international treaty.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - The U.N.'s Yugoslav war crimes tribunal said Wednesday that former Bosnian Serb army chief Gen. Ratko Mladic has to testify in the defense case of his former political master Radovan Karadzic.
GENEVA - Armed conflicts killed at least 95,000 people and wounded hundreds of thousands more last year but few of them led to any punishment for war crimes because the laws are unclear, a Swiss-based think tank said Tuesday.
TORONTO - Canada plans to make a claim to the North Pole in an effort to assert its sovereignty in the resource-rich Arctic, the country's foreign affairs minister said Monday.
SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina - A Bosnian court is rejecting a request from prosecutors to re-arrest nine Bosnian Serbs convicted of war crimes but released because of procedural errors.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - A Congolese lawyer has made his first appearance at the International Criminal Court on charges of conspiring to present false evidence in the defense of former Congo vice president Jean-Pierre Bemba.
PARIS - French Gen. Paul Aussaresses, whose remorseless admission of executions and torture during the Algerian independence war five decades ago forced France to examine the dark period, has died. He was 95.
GENEVA - A growing body of evidence collected by U.N. investigators points to the involvement of senior Syrian officials, including President Bashar Assad, in crimes against humanity and war crimes, the U.N.'s top human rights official said Monday.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - Member states of the International Criminal Court amended its rules Wednesday to allow defendants to appear via video link and allow suspects who hold high office to miss parts of their trials, decisions likely to affect Kenya's president who is due to go on trial in February.
SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina - Civil rights activists and war victims protested Wednesday as the president of the U.N. war crimes tribunal for former Yugoslavia spoke of successes at a conference dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the court.
TOMASICA, Bosnia-Herzegovina - The president of the U.N. war crimes trial for the former Yugoslavia said Monday that seeing what could be Bosnia's largest mass grave was like standing "face to face with horror."
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - Kenya's foreign minister said Thursday her country will push ahead with moves to have the International Criminal Court's founding document amended to grant sitting heads of state immunity from prosecution.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - The International Criminal Court's vexed relationship with Africa took center stage Wednesday on the opening day of the annual summit of its 122 member states.
SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina - A Bosnian court on Tuesday released 10 Bosnian Serb war crimes convicts, including six jailed for genocide, because it applied the wrong criminal code during their trials.
BERLIN - A retired Minnesota carpenter, shown in a June investigation to be a former commander in a Nazi SS-led unit, ordered his men to attack a Polish village that was razed to the ground, according to testimony newly uncovered by The Associated Press. The account of the massacre that killed dozens of women and children contradicts statements by the man's family that he was never at the scene of the 1944 bloodshed.