The brutal warlord Bosco Ntaganda is the first person the International Criminal Court has ever convicted of sexual slavery and sexual violence against his own troops.
“Killing defenseless people in cold blood is utterly reprehensible and a blatant war crime,” said Kumi Naidoo, Amnesty International’s secretary general.
As an asylum seeker in the US, I understand why so many cheered the attack on Assad's airbase.
The alt-right turned on Trump as soon as the mainstream establishment approved of something he did.
The Dutch Resistance Museum exposes news photos which were withheld due to the ‘police actions’ of 1945-1950.
The embattled strongman could eventually find exile in Russia—if he doesn't wind up before the International Criminal Court.
While we finally have a real explanation, identifying those responsible and getting them into a courtroom is another story.
The mercenary company with a track record of war crimes is instructing Canadian commandos.
There's a word for identity-based conflict.
The latest assault on Gaza is generating some uncomfortable applause.
The Hague is now trying the military commander for war crimes.
Remembering the Civil War is reserved for those who won.