India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday August 27, 2015
Goa police, while challenging the anticipatory bail granted to former Chief Minister Digambar Kamat in Louis Berger bribery case by a lower court, today said it was "gross miscarriage of justice." in the High Court.
World News | Reuters | Monday August 10, 2015
A Jakarta court today threw out a multi-million dollar sex abuse lawsuit against an international school, raising hopes for two teachers who were jailed in a related case that had triggered concerns about the justice system in Indonesia.
Indo-AsianNews Service | Tuesday July 28, 2015
A three-member panel of the apex court in sports chaired by Justice Annabelle Claire Bennett suspended the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) regulation governing eligibility of females with naturally-occurring hyperandrogenism. This allowed Dutee Chand, a 100 and 200m specialist, to be "immediately and unconditionally eligib...
World News | Agence France-Presse | Thursday July 9, 2015
Russia vetoed a draft UN resolution Wednesday that would have recognized the Srebrenica massacre as genocide, saying it unfairly singled out Bosnian Serbs for war crimes.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday July 8, 2015
The UN Security Council has postponed a vote recognising the Srebrenica massacre as genocide after Russia threatened to veto the draft text, even as Serbia's prime minister called for reconciliation 20 years after the slaughter.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday June 30, 2015
Greece could seek legal action to stop the country being forced out of the eurozone if it fails to seal a debt deal, The Daily Telegraph reported on Monday.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Monday June 22, 2015
Japan's chief whaling negotiator confirmed today its ships would return to the Antarctic this year, despite a call by global regulators to provide more evidence that the hunt has a scientific purpose.
World News | Reuters | Friday June 19, 2015
Japan hopes to resume whale hunting in the Antarctic later this year, a top official said today, despite a finding by the International Whaling Commission (IWC) that Tokyo had yet to prove the kill was scientifically justified.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday June 10, 2015
A radical environmental group has agreed to pay $2.55 million to Japanese whalers for breaching a US court injunction to stay clear of their vessels in the Antarctic Ocean.
India News | Reported by Sudhi Ranjan Sen, Edited by Amit Chaturvedi | Monday June 1, 2015
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has said that the government will ask the Supreme Court if it can move the International Court of Justice on the brutal torture of Indian Army Captain Saurabh Kalia by Pakistani forces during the Kargil war.
World News | Press Trust of India | Saturday May 23, 2015
A Pakistani national has been convicted by a US court for running an international drug trafficking scheme and committing money laundering crimes that he carried out with his partners based in countries like India and Pakistan.
Thursday April 23, 2015
Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf of the International Court of Justice has been named as the neutral judge on the international arbitration panel looking into Vodafone's Rs 20,000-crore tax dispute with the Indian government over an eight-year-old acquisition.
India News | Indo-Asian News Service | Friday April 17, 2015
The Supreme Court has appointed CBI officer Vivek Priyadarshi to head the investigating team that is assisting former chief justice RM Lodha in determining the role of BCCI official Sunder Raman in the 2013 Indian Premier League (IPL) betting and spot fixing scam.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday March 18, 2015
Serbian police today arrested seven people suspected of taking part in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre in Bosnia, in which around 8,000 Muslim and boys were killed, the war crimes prosecutor's office said.
World News | Thomson Reuters | Wednesday February 4, 2015
The United Nations' highest court ruled on Tuesday that neither Croatia nor Serbia had committed genocide against each other's populations during the wars that accompanied the violent breakup of Yugoslavia in the 1990s.
World News | Agence France Press | Tuesday February 3, 2015
Genocide, of which Croatia and Serbia have accused each other before the UN's highest court, is the gravest crime in international humanitarian law - and also the most difficult to prove.
World News | Associated Press | Tuesday December 23, 2014
Fighting between armed groups in Libya has killed hundreds of civilians and could lead to prosecution for war crimes, the UN's top human rights official said .
World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday December 17, 2014
After two decades of work and 61 convictions at a cost of nearly $2 billion, the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda shuts up shop amid criticism but at least with some justice served.
Monday September 29, 2014
However, even the most cursory glance at Amal's resume and accomplishments makes it clear that the 'lucky' one in the brand new partnership is probably George
World News | Reuters | Monday September 29, 2014
Justin Mugenzi was legally cleared of any role in Rwanda's 1994 genocide. But an oversight in the international justice system means he remains a virtual prisoner in a United Nations safe house in the eastern African state of Tanzania.
World News | Associated Press | Friday August 29, 2014
Somalia has asked the United Nations' highest court to determine the maritime boundary it shares in the Indian Ocean with east African neighbor Kenya.
Indo-AsianNews Service | Wednesday August 20, 2014
The 2013 Indian Premier League match-fixing and betting scam is being investigated by the Justice Mukul Mudgal panel. BCCI president N. Srinivasan is under the scanner. A report is expected to be submitted to the Supreme Court end-August.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Sunday August 10, 2014
Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Malki on Saturday said his government would soon try to haul Israelis before the International Criminal Court for war crimes.
India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday August 7, 2014
UNICEF India today expressed concern over the amendments to the Juvenile Justice Act, under which minors above the age of 16 involved in a serious crime can be tried in an adult court, and said such a decision was a "real step back".