The two Uighur groups that filed the complaint against China are the East Turkistan Government in Exile and the East Turkistan National Awakening Movement
China, Myanmar ink 33 deals to accelerate Belt and Road Initiative as Xi Jinping and Aung San Suu Kyi meet amid Rohingya backlash
Holding talks with Xi Jinping on the final day of his two-day visit, Suu Kyi slammed the western countries for criticising Myanmar over the handling of the Rohingya issue
Israel has ‘full right’ to annex Jordan Valley, says Benjamin Netanyahu after meeting with Mike Pompeo
Netanyahu said his proposal to annex strategic part of occupied West Bank was discussed during a late-night meeting with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
Myanmar rejects ICC probe into alleged persecution of Rohingya Muslims as global pressure mounts, says its own committees will probe charges of abuses
The decision came after rights groups filed a separate lawsuit in Argentina and a further submission of a genocide case at the UN's top court
Sudan set to officiate deal for transition to civilian rule on Saturday even as concerns remain over justice for slain protesters
Sudan's military rulers and protest leaders on Saturday are scheduled to sign a landmark deal reached after a bloody uprising which is meant to pave the way for civilian rule
Myanmar military rejects International Criminal Court prosecutor's call for probe into crimes against Rohingya Muslims
Myanmar has not signed up to the International Criminal Court, but the court ruled in September it has jurisdiction over alleged atrocities because Bangladesh — where the Rohingya are now refugees — is a member.
Former Philippines officials accuse Xi Jinping of 'crimes against humanity'; file case at International Criminal Court
Xi and other Chinese officials of turning seven disputed reefs into islands, causing massive environmental damage, and blocking large numbers of fishermen from their fishing grounds
US releases report documenting systematic violence against Rohingya Muslims by Myanmar's military, including widespread killings, rape
"The survey reveals that the recent violence in the northern Rakhine state was extreme, large-scale, widespread and seemingly geared toward both terrorising the population and driving out the Rohingya residents," said the report by the State Department's Bureau of Intelligence and Research
UN has 'no right to interfere', says Myanmar Army chief as UNSC calls for prosecution for genocide against Rohingya Muslims
The defiant response is the army chief's first public reaction since a UN fact-finding mission urged the Security Council to refer Myanmar's top military brass to ICC.
International Criminal Court opens preliminary probe into deportation of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar to Bangladesh
The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court on Tuesday said her office had begun a preliminary examination into whether alleged forced deportations of Rohingya from Myanmar into Bangladesh could constitute war crimes or crimes against humanity.
UN investigators call for Myanmar Army to be removed from politics, reiterate appeal for generals to be prosecuted for Rohingya genocide
A brutal military crackdown last year forced more than 700,000 Rohingya to flee over the border to Bangladesh. The UN's 444-page probe called for Myanmar military's top leadership to be replaced and for the institution — locally known as the Tatmadaw — to have no further influence over the country's governance.
The United Nations has been waiting for access to the epicentre of the military's "clearance operations" against the Rohingya minority since June.
International human rights bodies urge Australia to impose sanctions, end military ties with Myanmar over Rohingya genocide
The four organisations urged Australia to support the international call to refer the Rohingya case to the International Criminal Court.
Donald Trump's NSA John Bolton threatens war crimes court with sanctions; says 'we will not co-operate, the ICC is already dead to us'
America's long-running reluctant relationship with the International Criminal Court came to a crashing halt on Monday as decades of U.S. suspicions about the tribunal and its global jurisdiction spilled into open hostility, amid threats of sanctions if it investigates U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
Hague-based International Criminal Court says it has jurisdiction over alleged crimes against Rohingya in Myanmar
The decision at the Hague-based court paves the way for prosecutor Fatou Bensouda to further examine whether there is sufficient evidence to file charges in the case, although she has not done so yet.
UN calls for international probe into 'genocide' of Rohingya and prosecution of Myanmar army chief Min Aung Hlaing
Myanmar has vehemently denied allegations of ethnic cleansing, insisting it was responding to attacks by Rohingya rebels.
Myanmar military leaders guilty of 'crimes against humanity' for systematic attacks on Rohingya, claims Amnesty report
Myanmar's military chief and other top brasses have been accused by Amnesty International of crimes against humanity for overseeing a "systematic" attack against Rohingya Muslims
The move is said to be The Hague-based court's most complex and politically controversial investigation to date and will be the first time possible crimes committed by US forces could be under the spotlight
Syria conflict: UN commission says there is enough evidence to convict Bashar al-Assad of war crimes
A UN commission probing Syria rights abuses has gathered enough evidence to convict President Bashar al-Assad of war crimes.
'Freed' Gaddafi son Seif al-Islam still wanted by Libya court for 2015 conviction: Prosecutor Ibrahim Ali
Libyan authorities said Muammar Gaddafi's son Seif al-Islam, reportedly set free by a local militia, was still wanted by a Tripoli court for a 2015 conviction.