- Bangladesh angry over Pakistan's criticism of executions Updated: Nov-23-15 8:13 am
NEW DELHI - Bangladesh accused Pakistan on Monday of interfering in its internal affairs by criticizing the execution of two opposition leaders for alleged war crimes during the country's 1971 war of independence.
- US criticism grows over Bangladesh war crimes tribunal Updated: Nov-20-15 8:25 pm
WASHINGTON - The United States is sharpening its criticism of Bangladesh's tribunal on war crimes after death sentences were upheld this week against two influential opposition leaders.
- Germany marks 70th anniversary of Nuremberg trials of Nazis Updated: Nov-20-15 7:10 am
BERLIN - Eyewitnesses to the landmark Nuremberg war crimes trials of top Nazi leaders are returning to the courtroom where the proceedings took place to mark the 70th anniversary of their opening.
- Official: Poland to take Russia to court over plane wreckage Updated: Nov-10-15 10:03 am
WARSAW, Poland - Poland's next foreign minister said Tuesday the country is fed up with waiting for Russia to return the wreckage of the plane that went down in Russia in 2010, killing the Polish president and 95 others, and plans to take Moscow to the European Court of Human Rights to get it back.
- ICC repeats prosecutor has to reconsider Gaza flotilla probe Updated: Nov-06-15 12:43 pm
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - Judges at the International Criminal Court reiterated Friday that the court's prosecutor has to reconsider her decision not to investigate the storming by Israel of an aid flotilla heading to Gaza.
- Chinese official: Parties must agree how to resolve disputes Updated: Nov-05-15 7:19 pm
- Palestinians give to ICC details of alleged Israeli crimes Updated: Oct-30-15 4:51 pm
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - Palestinian leaders on Friday handed what they called evidence of Israeli crimes committed in the recent outburst of violence to prosecutors at the International Criminal Court.
- Arbitration panel OKs jurisdiction in South China Sea case Updated: Oct-29-15 10:10 pm
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - An international tribunal ruled Thursday that it can take on a case between China and the Philippines over disputed territory in the South China Sea, overruling objections from Beijing that the arbitration body has no authority to hear the case.
- International prosecutors decide against full Honduras probe Updated: Oct-28-15 2:55 pm
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - The International Criminal Court's prosecutor says she has decided against opening a full investigation into allegations of crimes following a 2009 coup in Honduras.
- Trial delayed for former Ivory Coast president Gbagbo Updated: Oct-28-15 2:26 pm
THE HAGUE, Netherlands - The International Criminal Court has postponed the start of the trial of former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo until next year to give judges time to assess his health.