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Saif al-Islam in bid to escape Gaddafi’s grisly fate

Gaddafi's son Saif al-Islam is considering either surrendering to the ICC or seeking refuge with one of his father's allies, possibly Robert Mugabe.

For Gadaffi, it’s game over, says chief prosecutor

Libya's Muammar Gaddafi could fall within two to three months, the International Criminal Court's prosecutor said on Tuesday.

Kenya bloodshed suspects demand to see ICC’s evidence

High-ranking Kenyans accused of orchestrating post-election violence have called for access to evidence compiled for the International Criminal Court.

Kenyan leaders appear at the Hague over 2007 bloodbath

Three Kenyans appearing at the International Criminal Court deny they played a part in the 2007 post-election unrest in which 1200 people were killed.

Taylor snubs war crimes trial again, seeks an appeal

Charles Taylor snubbed his war crimes trial for a second day on Wednesday and judges adjourned the case as they consider allowing a defence appeal.

War crimes court to rule on warlord’s release

The International Criminal Court will rule on Friday whether to release accused Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga, after his lawyers argued the trial, the court's first, violated his rights.

Mia Farrow casts doubt on Naomi Campbell evidence

Actress Mia Farrow told a war crimes court on Monday that she had heard Naomi Campbell say she had been given a "huge diamond" by Charles Taylor.

Campbell tells court of gift of ‘dirty-looking stones’

Naomi Campbell, testifying at the trial of former Liberian president Charles Taylor, said on Thursday she had been given a pouch containing diamonds.

UN’s Ban presses countries to join war crimes court

Ban Ki-moon has urged all states to sign up to the International Criminal Court and rejected criticism the body was a court for only African crimes.

DRC warlords in the dock at Hague court

The world's first permanent war crimes court opens its second trial on Tuesday when two Congolese warlords face charges.

Karadzic to attend war-crimes trial on Tuesday

Former Bosnian-Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, who has boycotted his war-crimes trial, will appear in court on Tuesday, his legal advisers say.

Karadzic shuns war-crimes trial, court to proceed

Former Bosnian-Serb leader Radovan Karadzic refused to attend the start of his war-crimes trial on Monday.

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