As Election Looms, Dutch Government Loosens Restraint
The Netherlands has emerged stronger from the global economic malaise, but still faces a series of challenges
War Crimes Tribunal for IS Detainees Lacks Support
War crimes investigators collecting evidence of the Islamic State group's elaborate operation to kidnap thousands of women as sex slaves say they have a case to try IS leaders with crimes against humanity but cannot get global backing
India Court Asks Govt to Respond to Italian Marine's Plea
India's Supreme Court directed the government to respond to an Italian marine's plea to continue to stay in Italy during arbitration over the 2012 fatal shootings of two Indian fishermen in which he and a fellow marine are implicated
2 Dutch Police Officers Charged in Chokehold Death
Dutch authorities are prosecuting two police officers in the death of a man who died a day after being put in a chokehold for resisting arrest
ICC Prosecutors Signal New Focus on Environmental Crimes
International Criminal Court prosecutors have published a policy paper that outlines their priorities in selecting cases and which highlights a new focus on illegal destruction or exploitation of the environment
Kosovo Prosecutor Pledges Impartial Probe of Atrocities
The new chief prosecutor of an international effort to bring to justice those responsible for atrocities during Kosovo's battle for independence has pledged to investigate "without fear or favor."
Muslim Student Wearing Hijab Faces Online Attacks
Tesay Yusuf, a junior at Stanford University, was featured in an ad for the school's athletics program.
Virginia Firefighter Accused of Racism After Nose Bleed Incident
A firefighter is accused of discrimination after allegedly refusing to help a black boy with his nose bleed.
White House Says $400M Payment to Iran Was Not a Ransom
The White House is batting back at the suggestion that United States’ payment of $400 million in cash to Iran -- a payment that coincided with the release of four American prisoners in January -- was to pay a ransom. “No, it was not,” White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said firmly on whether