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Dutch Palestinian seeks war crimes damages from Israel's Gantz

17 Sep 2019

THE HAGUE A Dutch Palestinian who lost six relatives during a 2014 bombing of Gaza sought compensation on Tuesday from former Israeli armed forces chief Benny Gantz, who is contesting a tight election against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Dutch court to hear case against Israel's Gantz

17 Sep 2019

THE HAGUE A Dutch court will consider on Tuesday a request to hear a civil suit seeking damages from former Israeli armed forces chief Benny Gantz, who is standing against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a parliamentary election.

Dutch court to hear case against Israel's Gantz

16 Sep 2019

THE HAGUE A Dutch court will consider on Tuesday a request to hear a civil suit seeking damages from former Israeli armed forces chief Benny Gantz, who is standing against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a parliamentary election.

Dutch doctor acquitted in case of euthanasia of patient with dementia

11 Sep 2019

THE HAGUE A Dutch doctor was acquitted on Wednesday of all charges for the euthanasia of an elderly patient who suffered from dementia.

Syrian war crimes suspect appears in Dutch court

02 Sep 2019

Amsterdam Lawyers for a Syrian accused of war crimes in the Netherlands for allegedly participating in an execution during the country's civil war denied on Monday that their client was a member of the radical Nusra Front.

Dutch state accepts partial liability for Srebrenica deaths

19 Jul 2019

THE HAGUE The Dutch government accepted on Friday that the state was partially liable for the deaths in 1995 of 350 Muslim males who were expelled from a U.N. base and killed by Bosnian Serb forces at Srebrenica.

World Court orders review of Pakistan death sentence for Indian convicted of spying

17 Jul 2019

THE HAGUE The World Court on Wednesday ordered Pakistan to review the death penalty given in 2017 to former Indian navy commander Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav who was convicted of being a spy.

International court convicts Congo's Ntaganda of war crimes

08 Jul 2019

THE HAGUE International Criminal Court judges on Monday convicted former Congolese military leader Bosco Ntaganda for atrocities including murder, rape and conscripting child soldiers. | Video

Russia rebuffs Ukraine's case over rebel support at U.N. court

03 Jun 2019

THE HAGUE Russia told a hearing at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Monday that the court lacks jurisdiction in a case filed by Ukraine against Moscow over its alleged support of pro-Russian separatists in the Crimea and eastern Ukraine.

ICC will no longer refer Jordan to U.N. for failure to arrest Sudan's Bashir

06 May 2019

THE HAGUE The International Criminal Court will not refer Jordan to the U.N. Security Council for its failure to arrest Sudanese war crimes suspect Omar al-Bashir when he visited Amman in 2017, judges said on Monday, reversing an earlier decision.

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