International Criminal Court prosecutors on Tuesday named a Sudanese minister and a militia leader as the first two official suspects of war crimes in Darfur.
By PBS NewsHour
The International Criminal Court on Monday announced the launch of a formal investigation into war crimes committed in the ongoing conflict between Arab militias and rebel fighters in Sudan's Darfur region.
The United States Wednesday ended its efforts to pass a U.N. Security Council resolution exempting U.S. soldiers from prosecution in the International Criminal Court.
The first permanent international criminal court (ICC) to try people suspected of committing crimes against humanity is now a reality, despite opposition from the United States, Russia and China.
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