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Protesters in Vukovar call for war crimes investigations
Several thousand protesters have converged in the eastern Croat city of Vukovar, demanding answers for war crimes committed throughout the country’s 1991-95 independence war.
Bolton wants to sanction ICC judges who probe US war crimes
White House National Security Adviser John Bolton wants to sanction International Criminal Court (ICC) judges who probe alleged war crimes committed by Americans in Afghanistan, according to reports.
US committed grievous war crimes in Syria: American writer
The United States is destroying Syria where it has committed grievous war crimes, says Stephen Lendman, an American journalist, writer and political analyst based in Chicago.
Claims of war crimes by UK forces in Iraq have reasonable basis: ICC
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.
Syria writes to UN again to urge end to US 'war crimes'
Syria has written to the UN again, urging the world body to take immediate action against a US-led bombing campaign, which is taking a heavy toll on civilians and devastating the country's infrastructure.
Saudi airstrikes in Yemen clear war crimes: Activist
An activist says there is "ample evidence" proving that Saudi Arabia's airstrikes in Yemen amount to war crimes.
UK High Court blocks bid to prosecute Blair for war crimes
An attempt to prosecute former British Prime Minister Tony Blair for alleged war crimes has been blocked by the UK High Court.
US arms sales to S Arabia risks Washington’s complicity in war crimes: Analyst
Scott Bennett, former US army psychological warfare officer, believes the United States will be complicit in Saudi Arabia’s war crimes in Yemen if it continues its arms sales to the kingdom.
Ivory Coast’s ex-first lady cleared of war crimes
A court in Ivory Coast has acquitted former first lady Simone Gbagbo of crimes against humanity and war crimes charges linked to her role in a 2011 civil war, which killed about 3,000 people, state television announced on Tuesday.
Iraqi popular forces reject Amnesty war crimes allegations
Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Units (PMU), known as Hashd al-Sha’abi, have dismissed a recent Amnesty International report that accused them of using foreign arms to allegedly commit war crimes, urging Baghdad to file a legal case against the organization over slander.
Syria: US-backed war crimes panel flagrant interference
Syria has denounced the formation of a UN panel to gather evidence on war crimes in the war-ravaged Arab state, terming the measure as a flagrant interference in his country’s domestic affairs.
US-backed air campaign in Yemen raises war crimes questions
By Maggie Michael, Ahmed al-Haj On an August morning, a taxi driver in northwestern Yemen hugged his kids and jokingly told his family, "Forgive me if I don't come back." It was his way of laughing off the danger of driving in a country where airstrikes can hit any road at any time.
Congolese ex-vice president found guilty of war crimes
Former vice president of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Jean-Pierre Bemba, has been found guilty of war crimes committed in the Central African Republic (CAR) in a trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Amnesty urges UN inquiry into Yemen war crimes
Amnesty International has called for a UN-commissioned inquiry into potential war crimes committed during Saudi Arabia's ongoing aggression against Yemen.

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