Saturday, 10th June 2023


7 Nov 2020
Kosovo President Hashim Thaçi announces his resignation after his war crimes indictment was confirmed by a special tribunal in The Hague on charges relating to the conflict against Serbian forces in the late 1990s.
4 Jul 2019
Chile Eboe-Osuji has been the President of the International Criminal Court, The Hague, since March 2018. The 56-year-old, who has been a judge of the ICC since March 2012, was recently in Nigeria, and in this exclusive interview with Guardian TV spoke on the various challenges facing the ICC, including allegations that some powerful countries are interfering with the court’s activities.
29 Nov 2017
The defense lawyer for a Bosnian Croat war crime suspect said her client "had taken poison" during the reading of his verdict at the Hague.


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57 mins ago
In a big gamble for the world’s most valuable company, Apple is widely expected to launch its first major new product in almost a decade at its annual developers' conference next week: a virtual reality headset.
1 hour ago
Desperate families are trying to secure the release of more than 20,000 Ukrainians held captive by Russia. Rights activists have said the Geneva Conventions are being violated.
2 hours ago
June 4 marks the 34th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre in China. Usually, Hong Kongers take the lead in commemorating this event with massive candle light vigils. But, since China imposed its national security law in 2020, public criticism of the regime in Beijing has become dangerous.
2 hours ago
In mainland Europe's westernmost country, water is becoming scarce. Still, Portuguese politicians continue to focus on economic activities that consume particularly large amounts of water, activists say.
2 hours ago
With the UN's refugee agency bureau on the verge of closing, those in limbo fear their already grave situation is about to get worse.