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  • International court gets first African female head prosecutor

     
    Fatou Bensouda was sworn in Friday at The Hague as the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, the second person ever to hold that title, the first African to do so and the first woman. She takes the reins at an uneasy moment in the short...
  • Aung San Suu Kyi gives Nobel acceptance speech 21 years later

     
    Aung San Suu Kyi makes her Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech Saturday, 21 years after she won the award. The Burmese democracy activist, who spent most of the last two decades under house arrest, was unable to accept the award in 1991....
  • Leading foe rejects new plan for Peru mine

     
    Gregorio Santos, Cajamarca regional president, said changes in a plan to build a $4.8-billion copper and gold mine in northern Peru are not sufficient to win locals' support....
  • Hague tribunal drops one genocide charge against Radovan Karadzic

     
    The Yugoslav war crimes tribunal dropped one genocide charge against Bosnian Serb wartime leader Radovan Karadzic on Thursday while maintaining 10 other charges against the jailed warlord. In dropping the charge, the court ruled that prosecutors failed to...
  • Islamist rebels in Mali destroy Timbuktu historic sites

     
    Radical Islamists affiliated with Al Qaeda used axes, shovels and automatic weapons to destroy tombs and other cultural and religious monuments in northern Mali for a third day on Monday, including bashing in the door of a 15th Century mosque in Timbuktu,...
  • War crimes court staff accused of spying released in Libya

     
    Libya has released four staffers from the International Criminal Court who were detained after meeting with the imprisoned son of deposed strongman Moammar Kadafi, the court said Monday....
  • Israeli advisory panel defends legality of West Bank settlements

     
    Members of a government advisory panel said Monday they have recommended that Israel formally authorize dozens of West Bank settlements that were built without military permission, including some currently slated for demolition because they sit on private...
  • Egypt protesters try to storm Syrian Embassy in Cairo

     
    Egyptian security forces fired tear gas to thwart several hundred protesters who tried storm the Syrian Embassy in Cairo to raise the flag of Syria's opposition....
  • Mali asks international court to investigate alleged war crimes

     
    Mali asks the International Criminal Court to investigate war crimes by rebels: Mali's government has requested the International Criminal Court at the Hague to investigate possible war crimes by Tuareg and Al Qaeda linked Islamic rebels, Ansar Dine,...
  • Human Rights Watch: Torture inflicted at 27 Syrian sites [Video]

     
    Tens of thousands of Syrians have been tortured in hellish detention centers where guards and interrogators tormented them by ripping out their fingernails, burning them with battery acid, inflicting electric shock and other methods of torture, Human...
  • Lawyer: Fair trial in Libya for Kadafi son 'impossible' [Video]

     
    Breaking her silence since she was freed from detention in the remote Libyan town of Zintan, an International Criminal Court attorney said Friday it would be impossible for her client, the son of deposed leader Moammar Kadafi, to get a fair trial in...