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.
Israel army finds ‘no suspicion’ of crime in journalist shooting
In line with army procedures, Military Advocate Yifat Tomer-Yerushalmi decides on next steps in the military probe based on the initial findings, known as a commander's inquiry.
ICC says may investigate possible war crimes after Russian invasion of Ukraine
In December 2020, the office of the prosecutor announced it had reason to believe war crimes and other crimes were committed during the conflict in eastern Ukraine.
Anger among Philippine victims’ families as ICC suspends war on drugs probe
The release of details of 50 drug war deaths marked a rare admission by the state that abuses may have taken place.
ICC prosecutor suspends probe into Philippines drugs war
Governments can ask the ICC to defer a case if they are implementing their own investigations and prosecutions for the same acts.
Brazil leader accused of ‘crimes against humanity’ at ICC
The complaint accuses Jair Bolsonaro of waging a widespread campaign resulting in the murder of environmental defenders and of endangering the global population through emissions caused by deforestation.
Philippines’ Duterte to prepare defence against ICC probe in apparent U-turn
Duterte has repeatedly attacked the world's only permanent war crimes court and insisted it has no jurisdiction in the Philippines.
Philippines’ Duterte vows accountability for anyone who went ‘beyond bounds’ in drug war
More than 6,100 suspected drug dealers and users have been killed since he took office in June 2016.
Philippines’ Duterte won’t cooperate with ICC drug war probe
Duterte pulled Manila out of the Hague-based court after it launched a preliminary probe, but the ICC says it has jurisdiction over crimes committed while the Philippines was still a member.