The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) has announced that there is “reasonable basis” to believe British troops committed war crimes in Iraq during the US-led military invasion of the West Asian country.
The International Criminal Court is urged by the Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) to take immediate action to prevent the possible relocation of bodies buried in mass graves by the army following a bloody attack on supporters of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria in 2015.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE)’s state foreign minister has reacted angrily to a lawsuit filed by a UK-based NGO with the International Criminal Court (ICC) over Abu Dhabi’s war crimes in Yemen, describing it as a ‘media’ campaign by Qatar amid the diplomatic dispute between the two sides.
Prosecutors at the International Criminal Court (ICC) have announced that a potential probe into alleged war crimes committed in Afghanistan since 2003 has been delayed as new information is relayed from Kabul.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) says it is weighing an investigation into human trafficking and refugee-related crimes in Libya, where the UN says they are being traded in so-called slave markets.
A Filipino lawyer has filed a complaint with the International Criminal Court (ICC) against President Rodrigo Duterte, claiming that the outspoken leader was directly involved in extrajudicial killings of drug dealers and other crime suspects when he was mayor in the southern Philippines.
The Gambia's new government has asked the United Nations to halt the country's process of withdrawal from the International Criminal Court (ICC), reversing the previous administration's plan to pull out of the tribunal.
Iran’s representative at a meeting of the International Criminal Court (ICC) called on the tribunal to address the concerns of a number of African nations that have decided to withdraw from the court, describing it as a sign of discontent with the organization’s conduct.
US armed forces and the CIA may have committed war crimes by torturing detainees in Afghanistan, the International Criminal Court’s chief prosecutor said in a report, raising the possibility that American citizens could be indicted even though the US has not joined the global court.