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Kenya's Ruto to cooperate with ICC despite African pressure

Oct 15 2013

THE HAGUE Deputy Kenyan President William Ruto said on Tuesday he would continue to cooperate with the International Criminal Court despite a call from African leaders for his case and that of President Uhuru Kenyatta to be delayed.

Dutch teen footballers jailed for kicking linesman to death

Jun 17 2013

LELYSTAD, The Netherlands A Dutch court found six teenage footballers and a player's father guilty on Monday of beating an amateur linesman to death, an incident that shocked the nation and prompted soul-searching over soccer violence and race.

Dutch teen footballers jailed for kicking linesman to death

Jun 17 2013

LELYSTAD, The Netherlands A Dutch court found six teenage footballers and a player's father guilty on Monday of beating an amateur linesman to death, an incident that shocked the nation and prompted soul-searching over football violence and race.

Dutch teen footballers jailed for kicking linesman to death

Jun 17 2013

LELYSTAD, The Netherlands A Dutch court found six teenage footballers and a player's father guilty on Monday of beating an amateur linesman to death, an incident that shocked the nation and prompted soul-searching over soccer violence and race.

Dutch teen footballers jailed for kicking linesman to death

Jun 17 2013

LELYSTAD, The Netherlands, June 17 A Dutch court found six teenage footballers and a player's father guilty on Monday of beating an amateur linesman to death, an incident that shocked the nation and prompted soul-searching over soccer violence and race.

Dutch say suspect meat likely eaten, too late to recall

Apr 11 2013

OSS, Netherlands The Netherlands said on Thursday it was probably too late to recover most of 50,000 tonnes of beef recalled over concerns it may contain horsemeat because much of it probably has been eaten in the past two years.

Hague appeal tribunal frees jailed Croatian officers

Nov 16 2012

THE HAGUE The most senior Croatian military officer convicted of war crimes during the Balkan wars of the 1990s was freed on appeal on Friday in a decision that will strain already fraught relations between Croatia and its old enemy Serbia. | Video

Hague appeal tribunal frees jailed Croatian officers

Nov 16 2012

THE HAGUE The most senior Croatian military officer convicted of war crimes during the Balkan wars of the 1990s was freed on appeal on Friday in a decision that will strain already fraught relations between Croatia and its old enemy Serbia.

Hague appeal tribunal frees jailed Croatian officers

Nov 16 2012

THE HAGUE The most senior Croatian military officer convicted of war crimes during the Balkan conflicts of the 1990s was freed after an appeal on Friday and Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic said the "political decision" would open old wounds in the region.

Serbian general opens appeal with Libya warning for Britain and France

Oct 30 2012

THE HAGUE The former head of the Serbian army, who was convicted last year for war crimes during the Balkans wars of the 1990s, told an appeal court on Tuesday he could not be held responsible for the actions of an army that was not under his direct control.

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