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Jihadist Is Liable for $3.2 Million for Damage to Shrines in Mali

Jihadist Is Liable for $3.2 Million for Damage to Shrines in Mali

Two tombs at the ancient Djinguereber mosque in Timbuktu, Mali, were damaged in an attack by Islamist extremists in 2012.

Syria’s war criminals could get away with it

Locked inside a safe at the U.N. High Commissioner’s office in Geneva is a list of alleged war criminals involved in the Syrian conflict. The exact location of the safe, and the names on the list, are
M. Cherif Bassiouni, War-Crimes Jurist and Human Rights Champion, Is Dead at 79

M. Cherif Bassiouni, War-Crimes Jurist and Human Rights Champion, Is Dead at 79

M. Cherif Bassiouni, left, during a news conference at the United Nations European headquarters in Geneva in June 2011. He was chairman of the U.N.’s International Commission of Inquiry on Libya at
Myanmar’s Attempt to Destroy Rohingya Muslims

Myanmar’s Attempt to Destroy Rohingya Muslims

“In Myanmar right now, genocidal intent is alive and well”
Burundi Quits International Criminal Court

Burundi Quits International Criminal Court

President Pierre Nkurunziza of Burundi in 2015. A United Nations commission has called for the International Criminal Court to investigate possible crimes against humanity in the country.
Revealed: male rape used systematically in Libya as instrument of war

Revealed: male rape used systematically in Libya as instrument of war

Videos and testimony expose brutal tactics used by several factions in fractured countryWarning: graphic information in this report may upset some readers Male rape is being used systematically in
Prosecutor seeks to investigate Afghan war crimes allegations – and claims of US torture

Prosecutor seeks to investigate Afghan war crimes allegations – and claims of US torture

If authorised ICC would investigate crimes allegedly committed by all sides including US forces, CIA, Taliban and Afghan militaryThe chief prosecutor of the international criminal court is seeking
Hague Prosecutor Seeks to Pursue Afghan Case That Could Ensnare Americans

Hague Prosecutor Seeks to Pursue Afghan Case That Could Ensnare Americans

Fatou Bensouda, the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, released a report last year saying that members of the American armed forces and the C.I.A. appeared to have been involved in
ICC's investigation of Libya war crimes in dock even before male rape cases

ICC's investigation of Libya war crimes in dock even before male rape cases

Capacity and authority of court as well as evidence already under scrutiny with not one Libyan brought to The Hague for trialThe international criminal court has struggled to ensure its writ runs in
We’re Not Done Yet, Hague Court Tells Burundi’s Leaders

We’re Not Done Yet, Hague Court Tells Burundi’s Leaders

Burundians took to the streets last month to support the government’s decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court.
Sir Ninian Stephen obituary

Sir Ninian Stephen obituary

Judge who pipped Prince Charles to become governor general of Australia in the 1980s, then sat on the UN international criminal court’s first trialAmong the many signal achievements of the
Prosecutor’s Move in Afghan War Inquiry May Mean Clash With U.S.

Prosecutor’s Move in Afghan War Inquiry May Mean Clash With U.S.

The International Criminal Court’s chief prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, in 2015.
Bosnian Serb warlord Ratko Mladić disrupts genocide verdict hearing

Bosnian Serb warlord Ratko Mladić disrupts genocide verdict hearing

Ratko Mladić convicted of genocide and war crimes at UN tribunalMladic dragged out of court after shouting outburstRatko Mladić, the Serb warlord who terrorised Bosnia in the 1990s, was on Wednesday
The Guardian view on war crimes trials: justice for Srebrenica’s victims | Editorial

The Guardian view on war crimes trials: justice for Srebrenica’s victims | Editorial

It took years to bring Bosnian Serb commander Ratko Mladić to trial. His conviction should give renewed impetus to the pursuit of other perpetratorsThe arc of the moral universe is long and, in the
John Bolton: U.S. Constitution ‘Is What Keeps Us from Sliding into the International Swamp’

John Bolton: U.S. Constitution ‘Is What Keeps Us from Sliding into the International Swamp’

Former Ambassador John Bolton spoke with Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Thursday regarding his Wall Street Journal op-ed on the Hague's launching a war crimes inquiry of U.S.
The day I came face to face with General Slobodan Praljak in The Hague

The day I came face to face with General Slobodan Praljak in The Hague

The Guardian and Observer writer Ed Vulliamy, who covered the war in the former Yugoslavia, recalls being cross-examined by the Bosnian-Croat war criminalThe date was Tuesday 9 May 2006. General
Security clampdown at The Hague amid fears of further suicides

Security clampdown at The Hague amid fears of further suicides

Dutch police open investigation after death of Bosnian Croat general Slobodan Praljak in the dockInvestigators at the UN’s war crimes court in The Hague are scrambling to seal security breaches amid
Praljak and Goering: the suicides of two war criminals raise questions and tell a story | Open door

Praljak and Goering: the suicides of two war criminals raise questions and tell a story | Open door

When justice is thwarted, the value to the public of journalists as independent observers is reaffirmed The suicide by poisoning of a Bosnian Croat war criminal in a courtroom at The Hague last week
The Hague says claims of war crimes by UK troops have 'reasonable basis'

The Hague says claims of war crimes by UK troops have 'reasonable basis'

International criminal court to press ahead with investigating allegations that British forces mistreated detainees in IraqThe chief prosecutor at the international criminal court in The Hague, Fatou
Op-Ed Contributor: Can the International Criminal Court Be Saved From Itself?

Op-Ed Contributor: Can the International Criminal Court Be Saved From Itself?

Burundi government ministers celebrate on stage the country’s withdrawal from the International Criminal Court, in Bujumbura, Burundi, on Oct. 28.