International Justice

On 24 August 2014, the Presidency of the International Criminal Court (ICC) replaced two judges of Trial Chamber VII in the case The Prosecutor v. Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo, Aimé Kilolo Musamba, Jean-Jacques Mangenda Kabongo, Fidèle Babala Wandu and Narcisse Arido.
On 21 August 2014, the Presidency of the International Criminal Court (ICC) re-assigned the situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to Pre-Trial Chamber I, in view of the respective workload of the two ICC Pre-Trial Chambers and the need to ensure the proper administration of the Court.
The phenomenon of foreign terrorist fighters (FTF) presents global threats and challenges to UN and EU Member States’ criminal justice systems
Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (ICC) reversed Trial Chamber V(B)'s decision regarding the Kenyan Government's alleged non-compliance with its obligations under the Rome Statute in the case The Prosecutor v. Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, due to errors in the Trial Chamber's assessment.
The President of the Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute ("the Assembly") of the International Criminal Court ("the Court"), H.E. Mr. Sidiki Kaba, undertook, on 11 and 12 August 2015, an official visit to Kenya to meet with the country's authorities.
Created by the OPCW as an outcome of its winning the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize, in partnership with the City of The Hague....
To commemorate the Day of International Criminal Justice, the President of the Assembly of States Parties, H.E. Mr. Sidiki Kaba, convened, on 20 and 21 July, a regional conference in Dakar on “Sovereignty of States and International Criminal Justice”. This conference was organized under the patronage of H.E. Mr. Macky Sall, President of the Republic of Senegal, and with support from the Government of The Netherlands and from the TrustAfrica foundation.
Italy should introduce possibility of legal recognition for same-sex couples
17 July is the Day of International Criminal Justice. It marks the anniversary of the adoption of the Rome Statute on 17 July 1998, the founding treaty of the ICC, which seeks to protect people from genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and the crime of aggression.