A court at The Hague rules China has no historic jurisdiction over the disputed waters that are home to major shipping routes, natural resources, and vital fishing grounds.
Tuesday's ruling to throw out the case against William Ruto and Kenyan television journalist Joshua arap Sang ends a controversial trial over a wave of violence that occurred after Kenya's 2007 elections.
Seselj was accused of setting up paramilitary units responsible for ethnic cleansing that killed thousands of people and drove tens of thousands of Muslims and Croats from their homes.
Malian citizen Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi will appear at a hearing on Tuesday to determine whether he will become the first person to be charged at the International Criminal Court with destroying cultural artifacts.
ICC prosecutors are pursuing Dominic Ongwen, a former commander of Uganda’s Lord's Resistance Army, on 70 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity, including murder, rape, and torture.
South Africa reportedly plans to leave the International Criminal Court, a move that comes a week after the country asked for more time to explain why it failed to detain Sudan’s president earlier this year.
In the first case of its kind, the International Criminal Court arrested a Malian rebel accused of attacking historic religious monuments in the ancient city of Timbuktu.
The effort to steer the International Criminal Court’s preliminary inquiry could eventually see both Israelis and Palestinians brought under investigation.
In a rare move, a judge reopened the case of Gen. Ratko Mladic, allowing prosecutors to present new evidence from a mass grave discovered in 2013.
Sons and daughters of men indicted for Balkan war crimes reveal how the accusations affected them — and why they remain loyal to their fathers.