Israel and the United States have both refused to sign up to the International Criminal Court, which was set up in 2002 to be the only global tribunal trying the world's worst crimes, war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Palestinian Foreign Affairs Minister Riad Malki said the report is “based on misleading narratives of a political nature ... rather than an objective and accurate description of the relevant facts.”
While the UK has shut down its Iraq Historic Allegations Team, which investigated reported crimes committed by UK soldiers in Iraq, the ICC has said it will further examine allegations of war crimes.
Sudan's transitional military council has ordered the central bank to review financial transfers since April 1 and to seize "suspect" funds, according to state news agency SUNA.
Rights groups denounced the judges' decision as a blow for thousands of victims in the long-running Afghan conflict and warned it could embolden perpetrators around the world to act with impunity.
International Criminal Court's Chief prosecutor Fatou Bensouda began investigating alleged war crimes by US troops in Afghanistan in 2017. Last month, the US threatened to deny visas to anyone pursuing court cases against its forces.
Former Democratic Republic of Congo vice president Jean-Pierre Bemba last week filed an application asking judges at the global court to award him a total of $76.5 million (68 million euros) for what he called a miscarriage of justice.
After years of impunity, a case against Syria’s Assad regime has been filed with the International Criminal Court, with significant implications for Assad and his allies.
The ICC's selective justice that seeks to primarily punish African leaders is ineffective and unjust. The only way for African nations to get out from under the court's impunity is to build their mechanisms for accountability.
Three Palestinian children aged between 12 and 14 were killed on Sunday by an Israeli air strike in eastern Gaza.
After weeks of denial, Riyadh has accepted its involvement in the killing of Saudi critic, Jamal Khashoggi, dismissing five top officials and arresting 18 others. This is how legal experts say the case can proceed.
US President Donald Trump is laughed at after boasting of his record during his address to the annual gathering of UN heads of state. Trump slams Iran, hails North Korean leader, and says International Criminal Court has "no legitimacy."
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