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THE HAGUE (Reuters) - The International Criminal Court prosecutor said on Wednesday her office will formally investigate war crimes in the Palestinian Territories, a move welcomed by the Palestinian Authority and denounced by Israel.
THE HAGUE (Reuters) - Several dozen sex workers protested in front of the Dutch parliament on Tuesday against a government decision to ease coronavirus restrictions for some professions but not sex work, normally legal in the Netherlands.
KEREM SHALOM, Israel (Reuters) - Israel estimates that hundreds of its citizens might be subject to war crimes probes by the International Criminal Court, whose jurisdiction it rejects, and is working on how to protect them, the Defence Minister said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Britain on Friday named their men's and women's rugby sevens training squads as they gear up for this year's Tokyo Olympics.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - A night-time curfew to fight the coronavirus looks set to remain in place in the Netherlands as most parties in parliament voiced support on Thursday for an emergency government bill which would circumvent a court order that the measure be dropped.
THE HAGUE (Reuters) - Two men accused of leading Christian-dominated militias in widespread attacks on Muslims in the Central African Republic (CAR) on Tuesday rejected all charges against them at the start of their trial at the International Criminal Court.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - A Dutch court ordered the government on Tuesday to immediately scrap the night-time curfew imposed to fight the coronavirus, ruling that it lacks proper legal basis.
THE HAGUE (Reuters) - Two men accused of leading Christian-dominated militias in widespread attacks on Muslims in the Central African Republic (CAR) go on trial on Tuesday at the International Criminal Court.
CRITICS and families of victims killed in the government’s bloody drug war have submitted more evidence in crimes against humanity complaint against President Rodrigo Duterte, which was filed before the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague, Netherlands.
YANGON, Feb 13 (AFP): Myanmar's stateless, conflict-scarred Rohingya community are on edge with the return of military rule, fearing further violence in a restive part of the country where others have shown support for the new regime.