The International Criminal Court is the first ever to charge an individual for war crimes against a historic and cultural monument
Spring tulips aren't the only national highlight – urban areas offer much in the way of history, art and architecture, says Stuart Forster
Mr Gbagbo goes on trial in The Hague accused of using violence to try to cling to power
With memories of his reign of terror still raw, Mr Ongwen faces justice at the International Criminal Court
Serb army commander sends off for his false teeth - and dismisses UN war crimes tribunal as 'satanic court'
I didn’t expect Blair to start debating with me. I think he believed the lies coming out of his mouth
Of its 250,000 Palestinians, scarcely 18,000 now remain; up to 1,500 are dead, many of them due to hunger
Nine years ago, Lebanon’s Prime Minister was murdered. But his alleged killers won’t be at the tribunal in The Hague as they haven’t been arrested. Robert Fisk says history shows the guilty will never face justice
Ruling says Thailand 'under an obligation to withdraw from territory'
A former teacher whose Russian ex-husband refused to return their two sons after they went for a visit to Russia has suffered a setback in her landmark legal fight to win them back.
The former Liberian President Charles Taylor is worried about his safety once he transfers to Britain to serve his sentence for war crimes, according to new documents released by his lawyers.
Pilot scheme has been hailed as a success after 20 per cent rise in people able to identify whiff of cultivation
Mr Assad also paid tribute to Russia for blocking resolutions targeting the regime in the UN Security Council
Youngest monarch in Europe says people must take responsibility for their own future and create their own social and financial safety nets
First serving official to appear at the ICC alleged to have orchestrating the deadly violence in the aftermath of elections in 2007
America’s National Security Agency may hold crucial evidence about the cause of the plane crash in 1961 that killed the United Nations Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold, one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of the Cold War, an independent commission which reviewed the case said on Monday.