Hulya Yazici, who heads the Independent Art Association that is organising the event, said she hopes the exhibit spreads messages of positivity to the world and builds "cultural bridges between countries."
Once one of Rwanda's richest men, prosecutors say Felicien Kabuga helped set up hate media that urged ethnic Hutus to kill Tutsis along with funding militia groups in 1994.
Karim Khan is in Sudan a year after he visited the country for talks on outstanding arrest warrants over crimes committed during the 2003 Darfur war under ousted president Omar al Bashir.
The anti-Covid mandate protests that started in Canada’s capital and spread to the US and Europe are reinvigorating right-wing populism.
Prime Minister Mark Rutte's fourth coalition government has earmarked $40 billion over a decade for green measures and plans to become climate neutral by 2050.
Palestinian-Dutch citizen Ismail Ziada sued two Israeli generals for the deaths of six relatives during Israel’s 2014 attack on Gaza.
The International Court of Justice leaned closer to Somalia’s claim of a straight line into the Indian Ocean from their border, rejecting Kenya’s claim in a case affecting a territory potentially rich in oil and gas.
Austrian environmental justice campaigners have filed a criminal report against Brazil’s president at the Hague court for his alleged role in the destruction of the Amazon.
Hague special tribunal investigating allegations of atrocities committed by Kosovo pro-independence fighters opens its first case against a commander, Salih Mustafa, accused of torturing prisoners during the 1998-1999 conflict with Serbia.
ICC convicts Dominic Ongwen, a child-soldier-turned-commander of Lord's Resistance Army, for 61 out of 70 alleged crimes, including rape, sexual enslavement, child abduction, torture and murder.
Judges at the International Criminal Court said Dominic Ongwen had acted out of free will in committing the crimes between 2002 and 2005, which include murder, rape and sexual enslavement.
A number of vehicles and businesses were burned and a Covid-19 testing facility in the city of Urk had been destroyed.
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