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Syria crisis: President Assad denies his government carried out deadly chemical attack in US TV interview
Thursday 19 September 2013
Mr Assad also paid tribute to Russia for blocking resolutions targeting the regime in the UN Security Council
Tuesday 17 September 2013
Youngest monarch in Europe says people must take responsibility for their own future and create their own social and financial safety nets
Tuesday 10 September 2013
The Deputy President played a key role in the post-election bloodbath that engulfed Kenya in 2008, the International Criminal Court’s prosecutor told judges at the opening of his trial today.
Kenya's deputy president William Ruto pleads not guilty as trial over 'crimes against humanity' starts
Tuesday 10 September 2013
First serving official to appear at the ICC alleged to have orchestrating the deadly violence in the aftermath of elections in 2007
Monday 09 September 2013
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.
Tuesday 27 August 2013
Telefonica, the Spanish mobile giant that owns O2, yesterday raised its bid for Germany’s E-Plus and won the backing of Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, who could have blocked the deal.
Monday 12 August 2013
Prince sustained serious brain damage in an avalanche in February last year
Tuesday 18 June 2013
Maybe he was simply overwhelmed with pride at so many world leaders gathering in Northern Ireland. But the DUP's Reverend William McCrea's uncharacteristically lyrical question to William Hague about “hopes for successful negotiations' on an EU-US trade agreement during the ”G8 discussions in the beautiful surroundings of Fermanagh“ was surprising. If he had his way we wouldn't be in the EU-which the South Antrim MP recently described as ”a bureaucratic monstrosity that robs the coffers of our nation.“
Monday 13 May 2013
The International Criminal Court was designed for those monsters accused of the world's worst crimes, but democracy has some unexpected consequences
Thursday 09 May 2013
Retired army officer was forced out for awarding Royal Armouries workers thousands of pounds
Tuesday 23 April 2013
A diplomat has been jailed for 12 years for passing secret Nato and EU documents to Russia. The case is linked to that of a couple on trial in Germany who are also accused of being Russian spies.
'Tomorrow, I will shoot my Dutch teacher, and as many students as I can': ex-pupil arrested over school shooting threat in Leiden
Monday 22 April 2013
Online message caused 22 schools to stay shut
Thursday 11 April 2013
It seems that nothing will ever shame the ermine troughers out of claiming from the public purse. Paul White, aka Lord Hanningfield, an ex-Tory peer, has not spoken in the House of Lords, nor tabled any written questions since he was sent to jail for fiddling his expenses, but figures reveal that in November he had his best month yet for pocketing the £300 daily allowance to which he is entitled just for turning up. He signed in on 17 separate days, which entitled him to £5,100. He also claimed £407 travel costs. That means that in the first eight months since his return after his prison spell, Lord Hanningfield trousered a total of £21,000 in daily attendance allowances, plus £1,736 costs.
Congolese war criminal Bosco 'The Terminator' Ntaganda unexpectedly turns himself in at US embassy in Rwanda
Monday 18 March 2013
One of Africa's most wanted war criminals walked into the United States embassy in Rwanda today and asked to be transferred to the International Criminal Court at The Hague. The US said it was “considering his request” after Bosco Ntaganda, nicknamed the “Terminator” appeared on their doorstep in Rwanda's capital, Kigali.
Uhuru Kenyatta wins Kenyan presidential election by slim margin but faces trial in The Hague for crimes against humanity
Saturday 09 March 2013
Uhuru Kenyatta, the son of Kenya's founding president, won the presidential election by the slimmest of margins with 50.03 per cent, provisional results showed, just enough to avoid a run-off after a race that has divided the nation along tribal lines.
British Muslim leaders outraged after Eric Pickles says followers of Islam should 'prove their identity'
UK terror fears: My jihadist son returned from Syria mentally scarred – now he is being ignored
Nigel Farage: NHS might have to be replaced by private health insurance
Billy Crystal: 'Stop shoving gay sex scenes in my face'
'We would evict Queen from Buckingham Palace and allocate her council house,' say Greens
French court convicts three over homophobic tweets, in case hailed as a 'significant victory' by LGBT rights campaigners
- 1 The truth about 'girl things': Three cheers for Heather Watson's honesty
- 2 Man who held up 'hire me' sign at Waterloo station returns a year later with 'I'm hiring' sign
- 4 Tennis fan suing Australian Open organisers for 'failing to shade spectators' during Murray match
- 5 Men behaving badly: Urinating while standing, 'manspreading' and the gendering of selfishness