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Last month
November 2023
Government says ICC investigation into Israeli actions already underway
Sinn Féin is bringing a motion to the Dáil calling on the Government to refer a case against Israel to the ICC.
This year
South Africa refuses to say if it will act on international warrant to arrest Putin
As a member of the International Criminal Court South Africa would be expected to arrest Putin if he sets foot in the country for an upcoming summit.
New international war crimes office opens in The Hague to probe Russia's invasion of Ukraine
Its aim is to plug a legal gap left by the fact that the ICC currently has no mandate to prosecute aggression.
International Criminal Court 'undeterred' after Russia puts prosecutor on wanted list
Kharim Khan, a UK citizen, had issued an arrest warrant for Putin in March for allegedly unlawfully deporting Ukrainian children.
Last year
Al Jazeera submits the case of its slain journalist to the International Criminal Court
Palestinian-American Shireen Abu Akleh was shot while covering an Israel army raid in Jenin on 11 May.
Ireland to give €3 million to International Criminal Court conducting war crime probe
The ICC is investigating suspected war crimes and crimes against humanity in Ukraine.
All time
Ireland captain Laura Delany wins ICC Player of the Month
The all-rounder beat Ireland team-mate Gaby Lewis and Mary-Anne Musonda of Zimbabwe to October’s prize.
'We’re not naive about the scale of the challenge': Ireland ready for World Cup opener
Ireland begin their Women’s World Twenty20 campaign on Sunday.
Australia cricket captain handed one-match ban for part in ball-tampering scandal
Opener Cameron Bancroft is free to play after escaping suspension though.
Angelina Jolie 'offered to help capture' Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony
The actor apparently wanted to invite Kony to dinner so he could be arrested.
Jihadist to become first person to plead guilty to war crimes for destroying historic monuments in Timbuktu
The man had told his defence lawyer he was “a Muslim who believes in justice.”
North Korea could face charges of crimes against humanity
The United Nations has condemned the country’s human rights records.
No prosecution for Israel over flotilla raid despite 'reasonable belief of war crimes'
Israeli commandos stormed the ship in 2010, killing ten people.
English cricketer banned from wearing pro-Gaza wristbands during match
Moeen Ali wore “Save Gaza” and “Free Palestine” wristbands during England’s Test against India yesterday.
Cypriots file 'war crimes' complaint against Turkey at International Criminal Court
Complaint criticises Turkish settlement activity in breakaway northern Cyprus.
China and Russia veto UN bringing Syria to court for war crimes
The Security Council wants to bring the crisis to the International Criminal Court for investigation of possible war crimes.
Ireland move one step closer to Test cricket with new competition
The ICC Board met in Dubai to discuss the proposal.
Britain rejects Iraq torture claims
The British government says complaints to the International Criminal Court are “unnecessary”.
Magic Mooney leads Ireland to their fourth Intercontinental Cup
Ireland beat champions Afghanistan to regain the Intercontinental Cup in Dubai this morning.
Ireland drawn in tough group for 2015 Cricket World Cup
The ICC announced the pools and fixtures for the finals, which takes place in Australia and New Zealand in two years’ time.
Loser in Kenyan presidential election says he will contest result in court
Uhuru Kenyatta, one of Africa’s richest men, was declared the winner with 50.07 per cent of the vote.
Tánaiste calls for Syrian crisis to be referred to International Criminal Court
Eamon Gilmore has joined three other Foreign Ministers to pen an opinion piece, published by CNN.
Cricket Ireland signs bumper new funding deal with ICC
An elite domestic competition structure is just one of the future plans to boost the sport in Ireland.
Dockrell scoops ICC Associate and Affiliate Cricketer of the Year
The 20-year-old Irish spinner edged out a number of his team-mates to win the prize.
Blair and Bush should face trial over Iraq war: Tutu
Tutu said the invasion of Iraq left the world more destabilised and divided than any other conflict in history and had “hardened hearts and minds of members of the human family across the world”.
Cricket: Proteas top rankings after Lord's win
South Africa needed only a draw to replace England as the sport’s top team.
Gaddafi's son: 'no justice' in trial if evidence from torture is used
Eldest son of the late dictator says he cannot get a fair trial in Libya.
Emotional testimony from first witness in Mladic trial
The trial of war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic got underway yesterday.
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International Criminal Court staff released by Libyan authorities
Australian lawyer Melinda Taylor and her three colleagues were detained in Libya since 7 June.
New ICC boss defends technology U-turn
There seems to be a consensus that the decision review system will work, except in India.
Windfall: Irish Cricket given $1.5M budget increase
The International Cricket Council has approved the cash injection for both Ireland and Scotland across the next three years.
More calls for release of Australian lawyer and other ICC staff in Libya
A UN war crimes court has expressed its serious concern over the ongoing detention of four staff members.
Naomi Campbell and blood diamonds: key moments of the Charles Taylor trial
The former Liberian leader will be the first ex-president to receive judgment from an international tribunal since the Nuremberg trials.
Opening of Ratko Mladic's war crimes trial delayed
Bosnian Serb commander is set to stand trial on genocide and other charges next month.
ICC limit 2019 Cricket World Cup to 10 teams
Ireland will have to compete against two test-playing nations to qualify for a spot at the 2019 World Cup in England.
Sequel to Kony 2012 viral video expected today
The ‘Stop Kony’ video has been viewed over 86 million times on YouTube since its release last month.
Ex-Gaddafi official arrested in Mauritania
Former Libyan intelligence chief Abdullah al-Senoussi is wanted by the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity.
In first verdict International Criminal Court finds Congo warlord guilty
Thomas Lubanga has been found guilty of conscripting and enlisting children to fight for him.
Sticky wicket: Ireland come up short against Namibia
Our boys came up four runs short in the opening match of the ICC Twenty20 qualification series.