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  • Egypt's top court upholds 15-year-sentence for activist

    Egypt’s highest criminal court has upheld a 15-year sentence for one of the leading activists behind the country’s 2011 uprising who was convicted of taking part in clashes between protesters and security forces

    ABC News
  • Head of international criminal court accuses US of acting unlawfully

    ICC president condemns US visa restrictions on officials in Afghan war investigation The president of the international criminal court has accused the US of acting unlawfully by threatening an economic and legal offensive against the institution following a decision by judges to open an investigation into war crimes in Afghanistan. Chile Eboe-Osuji said the punitive measures announced by the US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, this month were an attempt at coercion that went against...

    the Guardian
  • More than half of war crimes court’s members back tribunal

    THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) - More than half of the member states of the International Criminal Court voiced their support for the institution in a strongly worded statement issued Tuesday in response to the Trump administration’s decision to authorize sanctions against court staff. The 67 nations, including such U.S. allies

    The Washington Times