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I. Coast split over transfer of war crimes suspect to ICC

Abidjan - The transfer of former Ivorian strongman Laurent Gbagbo's onetime "Street General" to The Hague to face charges of crimes against humanity has divided his west African nation.The pro-Gbagbo opposition said the search for closure following more than a d...
In the Media by Christophe Koffi (AFP)

I. Coast's firebrand ex-youth leader transferred to ICC

The Hague - Charles Ble Goude, the former right-hand man of Ivorian ex-president Laurent Gbagbo, was locked up in The Hague early Sunday pending his trial in the International Criminal Court (ICC) on charges of crimes against humanity.
In the Media by Joris Fioriti (AFP)

Ivory Coast transfers Gbagbo right-hand man to ICC

Abidjan - Charles Ble Goude, the former right-hand man of ex-president Laurent Gbagbo, has been transferred to the International Criminal Court to face charges of crimes against humanity, the Ivorian government said Saturday.The 42-year-old former youth leader f...
In the Media by AFP

DR Congo militia boss faces ICC war crimes verdict

The Hague - The International Criminal Court is due to deliver its verdict Friday in the trial of Congolese ex-militia boss Germain Katanga, accused of using child soldiers in a 2003 attack on a village in the vast central African country, killing 200 people.Judge...
In the Media by Jan Hennop (AFP)

Uganda says wanted top LRA rebel 'may be dead'

Kampala - The wanted deputy of Uganda's murderous Lord's Resistance Army rebels, Okot Odhiambo, may have been killed in recent fighting, the Ugandan defence minister told AFP.Odhiambo was indicted by the Hague-based International Criminal Court (ICC) in 2005 alo...
In the Media by AFP

Congo warlord Ntaganda 'key' to ethnic crimes, ICC hears

The Hague - Former warlord Bosco Ntaganda played a "key role" in ethnic crimes in the Democratic Republic of Congo, using child soldiers and capturing sex slaves for his rebel army, the International Criminal Court heard on Monday.
In the Media by Jan Hennop (AFP)

International Cricket Council passes controversial revamp

Singapore - Cricket's world body Saturday passed a wide-ranging and controversial shake-up of its governance and structure despite strident protests that it gives too much power to the "Big Three" of India, England and Australia.
In the Media by Talek Harris (AFP)

ICC launches C.Africa war crimes probe

The Hague - The International Criminal Court said it had opened an initial probe into war crimes in the Central African Republic, where another lynching Friday underscored spiralling sectarian violence.
In the Media by Jan Hennop (AFP)

Former England cricket captain Atherton slams 'Big Three' plan

London - Former England captain Michael Atherton and a leading global anti-corruption watchdog have joined the chorus of criticism regarding plans to effectively cede control of world cricket to India, Australia and England.
In the Media by Julian Guyer (AFP) - 2 comments

Troika sued for crimes against humanity by Independent Greeks

Greece's troika of international lenders has been sued for crimes against humanity by the country's fourth political party, the Independent Greeks.
In the Media by Katerina Nikolas
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