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

Celebrations in Gbagbo’s hometown over ICC acquittal

Supporters of former Ivorian President Laurent Gbagbo and his former Minister Charles Blé Goudé celebrate their acquittal by the ICC. IMAGES of Gbagbo supporters celebrating

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

US threatens to arrest ICC judges who probe war crimes

The United States threatens to arrest and sanction judges and other officials of the International Criminal Court if it moves to charge any American who served in Afghanistan with war crimes.

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Videographic on the International Criminal Court. The US has threatened to arrest and sanction ICC judges and other officials if the court moves to charge Americans who served in Afghanistan with war crimes.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.

ICC acquits DR Congo’s Bemba on appeal

International war crimes judges acquit former Congolese vice president Jean-Pierre Bemba on appeal, overturning an 18-year sentence for war crimes committed in the Central African Republic in 2002-3. SOUNDBITE