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# The Hague

Last week
12th May 2024 - 25th May 2024
Israel tells International Court of Justice that Gaza conflict is 'tragic' but not a genocide
Last month
April 2024
Germany accused of 'facilitating genocide' in Gaza in ICJ case taken by Nicaragua
This year
'It has to stop': Ireland will intervene in South Africa's genocide case against Israel
Calm returns to the streets of The Hague after a night of rioting by rival Eritrean groups
ICJ says it has jurisdiction to rule on part of Ukraine's genocide case against Russia
The ICJ has issued orders against Israel, how have other countries responded in the past?
ICJ makes orders against Israel, agrees to hear South Africa's Gaza genocide case
Blinne Ní Ghrálaigh: Who is the Irish lawyer acting in a genocide case against Israel?
Ní Ghrálaigh’s brief this week was to advocate for measures to protect the rights of Palestinian people.
Israel argues its defence in South Africa's Gaza genocide case at The Hague
Tánaiste: Calls for govt to join genocide case against Israel are 'trying to create division' in Ireland
Irish lawyer tells Hague that Gaza is 'first genocide in history' being broadcast in 'real-time'
Last year
South Africa launches genocide case against Israel at International Court of Justice
New international war crimes office opens in The Hague to probe Russia's invasion of Ukraine
International Criminal Court 'undeterred' after Russia puts prosecutor on wanted list
One killed and 30 injured after train derails in the Netherlands
US charges Russian spy who tried to infiltrate International Criminal Court
All time
Dutch police break up anti-government protest on eve of election
Kosovo president steps down to face war crime charges in The Hague
Verdict due over assassination of former Lebanese prime minister amid fears of more violence
Dutch prime minister didn't visit dying mother due to lockdown measures
Dutch farmers bring tractors into city in protest over planned emissions policy
Teenagers injured during The Hague stabbing aged between 13 and 15
Three minors injured in The Hague stabbing have been released from hospital
Dutch doctor goes on trial on charges of euthanising patient with dementia in landmark case
Bosnian Serb leader Karadzic's jail sentence increased to life imprisonment
Irish witness to war crimes: 'My wife said, I have waited for you to break down after 20 years'
Bosnian army leader dies after drinking poison at war crimes court
Justice for those massacred in a 'safe area': what happened in Srebrenica?
'Butcher of Bosnia' Mladic imprisoned for life after being found guilty of genocide
The remains of the Nazis' 'Atlantic Wall' defences are being used to lure tourists to Holland
Europol has released a grisly Advent calendar of their most wanted criminals
Over 100 arrested at Dutch anti-fascist protest, as Geert Wilders trial proceeds
Tobacco company's attempt to sue Australia "an abuse of rights"
Radovan Karadzic found guilty of genocide and jailed for 40 years
Former DR Congo warlord found guilty of deliberate campaign of rape and murder
North Korea could face charges of crimes against humanity
91-year-old man returns Holocaust medal after his relatives were killed in Gaza
Argentina wants to sue the US for forcing them into a default
Russia ordered to pay Yukos shareholders $50 billion for violating international law
Bosnian Serb ex-army chief's defence case opens against charges of genocide