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A 35-year-old Dutch man has been arrested in connection with the suicide of a Canadian teenage girl that sparked a worldwide debate on cyberbullying and online harassment, prosecutors said on Friday.
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The International Criminal Court in The Hague has summoned reluctant witnesses to testify at the trial of Kenya's Vice-President William Ruto.
Michael Donald Kirby, chairperson of the Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in North Korea, speaks to the media following a meeting by the United Nations Security Council at United Nations Headquarters, Thursday, April 17, 2014.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' recent grand gesture in front of the cameras, asking to join 14 international treaties and conventions, could open him and other Palestinian officials up to prosecution for war crimes, according to one Israeli lawyer.
The Hague, April 17 : FC Utrecht coach Jan Wouters will leave the Eredivisie club at the end of this season.
Rather than being tried at The Hague's International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity where he belongs, our ex-president George W. Bush is sitting at his Texas ranch painting his little heart out.
Although the accession of Willem-Alexander has forced a name change on our beloved Queen's Day , the enthusiasm and zealous celebrations will remain very much the same.
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As far as diplomatic gambits go, the stakes don't get any higher than the Philippines' decision to challenge China's contentious South China Sea territorial claims at a United Nations tribunal.
Training in hand combat among opposition fighters from the nationalist organization "Right sector" in a camp on Independence Square in Kiev.
Japanese lawmakers on Wednesday demanded the government redesign its "research" whaling programme to circumvent an international court ruling that described the programme as a commercial hunt dressed up as science.
The bodies of the young men in the photographs are emaciated, their bones protruding.
Almost 20 years since the massacre of more than 8,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys in the Srebrenica massacre, a Harrogate woman joined a group of UK delegates to discover why the conflict has left scars still visible today.
In an interview with VOA, Daniel Kablan Duncan said the government has worked hard to restore security and investor confidence following 2010's post-election violence that killed 3,000 people.
After many years of delay, the UK announced in 2005 that they were going to ratify the 1954 Hague Convention on the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict.
The president of Bolivia has delivered written legal arguments to the United Nations' highest court in his land-locked nation's bid to gain access to part of Chile's Pacific coast.