He's the third defendant to commit suicide at the international criminal court.
The Dutch government must protect its citizens from the imminent danger caused by climate change, said judges, in a breakthrough ruling for activists that could have global implications.
Hundreds of people gathered as ultranationalist Vojislav Seselj made his way off of a flight after his release from a war crimes tribunal to return home for cancer treatment.
Accused of orchestrating ethnic violence after 2007 elections, leader stepped down for one day to avoid being the first sitting head of state to face the International Criminal Court. Technically.
It's Australia versus Japan in an upcoming hearing at the United Nations to cease whaling in the Southern Ocean.