By PBS NewsHour
The International Criminal Court on Tuesday sentenced an Islamic militant to nine years in prison for destroying artifacts and religious buildings in Timbuktu, Mali.
By Kulsoom Khan
Four years ago, 16 holy tombs in Timbuktu, dating back to the 14th century, were demolished in an attack by Islamic militants. In the first-ever war crimes trial for cultural destruction, one of the men involved admitted his guilt and…
By PBS NewsHour
A Syrian government raid on an Islamic State threshold that resulted in over 100 civilian casualties last year could amount to a war crime, human rights organization Amnesty International said in a report on Tuesday.
By Marina Lopes
The preliminary inspection, which could take months or years, will determine if there is enough evidence to warrant a full investigation.
By Larisa Epatko
The International Criminal Court in The Hague on Friday withdrew all “crimes against humanity” charges against Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta, saying it didn’t have enough evidence to proceed.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta appeared before the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands, on Wednesday in the long-running case alleging that he fomented violence following the country’s disputed 2007 elections.
By Diane Jeanty
Congolese warlord Germain Katanga is now the International Criminal Court’s second conviction since it was mandated to bring the worst international criminals to justice 11 years ago.
President Obama issued his strongest statement yet on Libya, saying Moammar Gadhafi must step down and leave the country. James Mates, Jonathan Miller and Alex Thomson of Independent Television News report on the latest developments in Libya and a new…
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