ICC war crimes tribunal hobbled by hacking incident
The ICC, based in the Dutch city of The Hague, first disclosed a 'cybersecurity incident', saying it was trying to ensure the tribunal's 'core work' continued.
War crimes tribunal ICC says it has been hacked
The ICC is the permanent war crimes tribunal in the Dutch city of The Hague, established in 2002 to try war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Philippines will not cooperate with ICC in drugs war probe
Marcos maintained the ICC has no jurisdiction over the Southeast Asian country, which withdrew from the ICC in March 2019.
South Africa asks ICC to exempt it from Putin arrest to avoid war with Russia
South Africa is due to host a summit of the BRICS club of nations – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – next month, which all of the heads of states of those countries are scheduled to attend.
ICC investigating Darfur killings and rapes as violence surges in Sudan
More than 3 million people have been uprooted, including more than 700,000 who have fled into neighbouring countries.
Russian children's commissioner rejects ICC war crime allegations
It said it has not received any documents about the case from the court, whose jurisdiction Russia does not recognise.
Russia's ex-leader says arrest of Putin abroad would be 'declaration of war'
Dmitry Medvedev, who served as president between 2008 and 2012, has made increasingly hawkish speeches since Putin sent troops to Ukraine, repeatedly issuing nuclear threats.
War crimes court issues Putin arrest warrant
The arrest warrant for Putin, a sitting head of state of a UN Security Council member, is an unprecedented step for the ICC.
Philippines to appeal ICC resumption of drug war probe
The Philippine solicitor general says domestic investigative and judicial processes should take precedence over the ICC.
ICC grants new inquiry into Manila's deadly 'war on drugs'
Officially, 6,181 people were killed in Duterte's 'war on drugs' but rights group say that up to 30,000 may have been killed, some innocent victims.
Al Jazeera asks International Court to identify journalist's killers
The submission follows an investigation by the television news network's legal team, Al Jazeera says.
Amnesty urges ICC probe of possible Gaza war crimes
Fighting began on Aug 5 when Israel targeted the Islamic Jihad militant group in what it said were pre-emptive strikes to avert attacks.
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