21 Jan 2020
China sentences ex-Interpol chief to 13.5 years of jail
Meng Hongwei, the first Chinese person to head Interpol, was on Tuesday sentenced to thirteen and a half years of jail in a corruption case.
12 Dec 2019
CAB aftermath: Bangladesh's foreign minister cancels India visit, MEA responds
The sharp words which Union Home Minister Amit Shah used to describe the minorities' condition in neighboring countries ruffled Bangladesh's feathers. The country's foreign minister AK Abdul Momen said no one is treated unfairly.
17 Jul 2019
Explained: All you need to know about Kulbhushan Jadhav's case
Today, all eyes of India and Pakistan are set towards International Court of Justice (ICJ), the primary judicial wing of UN, as it will give its verdict on Kulbhushan Jadhav's case.
19 Feb 2019
Kulbhushan Jadhav hearing day-2: Pakistan presents arguments before the ICJ
A day after India presented its arguments in the high-profile Kulbhushan Jadhav case in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) at The Hague, Pakistan, on Tuesday, began presenting its case, justifying why it had awarded the death penalty to Jadhav.
07 Oct 2018
Russia's computer scientists, programmers long tied to military, secret services
During the Soviet era, Russia's top computer scientists and programmers largely worked for the secret services.
04 Oct 2018
Dutch thwart Russian cyber attack on chemical weapons watchdog OPCW
Dutch intelligence thwarted a Russian cyber attack targeting the global chemical weapons watchdog in April and expelled four Russian agents, the Netherlands government said today.
27 Aug 2018
Iran to fight for lifting of US sanctions at ICJ
Iran will argue today against renewed sanctions imposed by the US, as a bitter legal battle between Iran and the US opens before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, Netherlands.
29 Dec 2017
Bosnian war: Sarajevo prosecutor charges 14 former-army personnel with war-crimes
Prosecutors in Sarajevo have indicted 14 former Bosnian-Muslim army personnel for committing war crimes against Bosnian-Serbs during the country's ethnic war in the 1990s.
30 Nov 2017
Bosnian Croat war criminal drinks poison in UN courtroom, dies
72-year-old Slobodan Praljak, a Bosnian Croat war criminal, died after he drank poison during an appeal at the International Criminal Tribunal at The Hague.
17 Jul 2017
Kulbhushan Jadhav's mercy plea rests with Pak's Army Chief
Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav's appeal for mercy petition is being reviewed by the chief of Pakistan army General Qamar Javed Bajwa, said reports.
02 Apr 2017
Dutch investigators' Hunt: Probe launched into money-launderers, tax evaders
Dutch investigators launched coordinated raids in many countries against suspected money-launderers and tax evaders, who made deposits into an unidentified Swiss Bank.
18 Nov 2016
Russia withdraws from International Criminal Court treaty
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed an executive order to remove Russia's signature from the founding treaty of the International Criminal Court (ICC).
01 Oct 2016
Stolen Van Gogh paintings recovered by Italian police
Two paintings by Van Gogh, stolen from Amsterdam museum more than a decade ago, were recovered by the Italian police, in Naples.