The self-proclaimed Ansar Dine member is accused of intentionally attacking culturally important monuments in Timbuktu
The decision was made after evidence showed the amount of torrenting by Dutch users had not gone down
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
The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court has asked judges to delay the start of the war crimes trial of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta due to a lack of evidence.
The country's overseas intelligence service has been accused of bugging the cabinet office of its tiny, impoverished neighbour
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 chief of the global chemical weapons watchdog has said it is sending a second team of inspectors to Syria to expand its high-stakes, high-risk mission to rid the country of its poison gas stockpile.
UN-sanctioned inspectors have already begun to destroy Syria’s arsenal. But with as much as 1,000 tonnes of sarin, mustard gas and other neurotoxic agents spread across dozens of different locations, the task remaining is huge
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
The International Criminal Court was designed for those monsters accused of the world's worst crimes, but democracy has some unexpected consequences
Retired army officer was forced out for awarding Royal Armouries workers thousands of pounds
Online message caused 22 schools to stay shut
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.