‘Major international victory’: Trump cheers ICC decision not to probe US atrocities

After the International Criminal Court (ICC) declined to investigate claims of US atrocities in Afghanistan, US President Donald Trump cheered the decision but said the ICC was ‘illegitimate’ and US and allies beyond its reach.

‘This is a major international victory, not only for these patriots, but for the rule of law,’ the White House said in a statement, referring to the ICC decision to reject the request to investigate the actions of US military and intelligence officials in Afghanistan.

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Pompeo warns ICC staff about visa revocations

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the U.S. will revoke or deny visas to International Criminal Court personnel who attempt to investigate alleged abuses committed by U.S. forces in Afghanistan or elsewhere. (March 15)

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ICC orders conditional release of former I. Coast leader Gbagbo

The International Criminal Court orders the conditional release of former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo and his aide Charles Ble Goude after they were cleared last month on charges of crimes against humanity. Appeals judge Chile Eboe-Osuji said the court was “adding a set of conditions to the release” including that Gbagbo, 73, should live in an ICC member state pending a final prosecution appeal against his acquittal. SOUNDBITE from ICC Judge Chile Eboe-Osuji

ICC acquits former Ivory Coast strongman Gbagbo

The International Criminal Court acquits former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo of all charges of crimes against humanity over post-electoral violence in the West African nation, and orders his immediate release. SOUNDBITE from Cuno Tarfusser, presiding judge at the ICC

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Videographic on the International Criminal Court. The ICC on Tuesday acquitted former Ivory Coast president Laurent Gbagbo of all charges of crimes against humanity over post-electoral violence in the West African nation, and ordered his immediate release. VIDEOGRAPHICS

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Catalogue of abuse: seeking justice for the Rohingya

Almost a year since the Myanmar army began its crackdown on Rohingya muslims in Rakhine state, teams of investigators and Rohingya refugees collect victim testimonies and signatures to send to The Hague, where the International Criminal Court (ICC) is being urged to open an investigation into crimes against humanity.

Victims of War Crimes: Afghan citizens submit 1.2mn statements to ICC

Afghan citizens have submitted more than a million statements to the International Criminal Court, alleging they were victims of war crimes.

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UK soldiers may face trial at ICC over war crimes in Iraq

British soldiers may face prosecution at the International Criminal Court in The Hague over allegations of war crimes committed in Iraq between 2003 and 2009. The court’s chief prosecutor says there are reasonable grounds to believe that some troops may have abused captives. RT’s Polly Boiko delivers the details.

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War crimes judges will rule Thursday if South Africa flouted international law by failing to arrest Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir, wanted for trial on charges of genocide in Darfur. Legal experts widely expect that judges at the International Criminal Court will find that Pretoria, one of the founding members of the tribunal, failed to co-operate with the ICC based in The Hague.VIDEOGRAPHIC

US forces in Afghanistan may have committed ‘war crimes of torture, cruel treatment, rape’ – ICC

The US may have committed war crimes of torture, cruel treatment and rape, when it interrogated dozens of people in Afghanistan between 2003 and 2004, the International Criminal Court’s chief prosecutor says.

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Outrage as ICC claims Blair won’t go on trial for war crimes

The long awaited Chilcot report on the UK’s role in the Iraq war is due to be released on Wednesday after seven years of preparation.

Ahead of its publication the International Criminal Court says that former British Prime Minister Tony Blair will not be investigated for war crimes but that British soldiers could be.

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On The Line: Sam Oakford Discusses International Crises and UN Diplomacy

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VICE News’ UN Correspondent Samuel Oakford joined ‘On The Line’ to discuss some of the world’s most pressing crises and the diplomatic response from the UN.

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This Week On The Line: Sam Oakford Discusses International Crises and UN Diplomacy

On Thursday at 12pm EDT VICE News’ UN Correspondent Samuel Oakford joins On The Line to discuss some of the world’s most pressing crises and the diplomatic response from the UN.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – January 13, 2015

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Egyptian court acquits 26 men detained in raid on Cairo public bathhouse, Rohingya woman dies of suffocation cramped in truck of migrants in southern Thailand, captured Ugandan rebel commander urges LRA fighters to stop fighting, and Saudi cleric issues religious order against building snowmen.

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Court Acquits Defendants in Gay Bathhouse Case
Twenty-six men cleared of charges such as from debauchery and public indecency. The bathhouse raid highlights the government’s continued crackdown on Egypt’s gay community.

THAILAND
Children Among Nearly 100 Rohingya Trafficking Victims
A woman died of suffocation while cramped inside one of five trucks carrying the migrants in the country’s south.

UGANDA
Captured Rebel Leader Urges Comrades to Stop Fighting
Dominic Ongwen is being held by U.S. forces in the Central African Republic. He is wanted by the ICC for crimes against humanity.

SAUDI ARABIA
Cleric Issues Fatwa Against Building Snowmen Amid Winter Storm
​The sheikh says creating idols of humans and animals is sinful; but people are free to build icy statues of trees, buildings, cars and anything else that doesn’t have a soul.

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‘Obama must be taken before ICC for the war on terror’ – Chomsky to RT

The US war on terror is in fact the most massive terror campaign ever, and the invasion of Iraq was the worst crime in recent history, prominent liberal thinker Noam Chomsky told RT, adding that he wants to see Bush, Blair and Obama tried at the ICC.

The ‘father of modern linguistics,’ Chomsky reflects on the language of the war on terror, coming to the conclusion that the freer the society, the more sophisticated its propaganda.

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