Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi is the first person to enter a guilty plea at the ICC.
Amnesty International documented 24 cases of abduction in Aleppo and Idlib governorates.
The circumstances in which the legality of military action was decided were "far from satisfactory."
The International Criminal Court gives Jean-Pierre Bemba 18 years for 2002-03 actions in Central African Republic.
The U.S. used "enhanced interrogation" (torture) of innocent civilians with little or no connection to terrorist organizations.
'There's a guy whose face is on the placard. That's me. Jeremy is the guy with the placard.'
A court found him guilty of genocide, rape and torture during the 1971 independence war.
The "historic decision" is the first time the European body has recognized an ongoing genocide.
The prosecutor has found evidence that could implicate both Russia and Georgia.
The book choice was announced on New Year's Eve via the library's Twitter account.
A photojournalist reflects on Bosnia 20 years after the end of the Bosnian War.
The charges include torture, genocide and religious persecution
Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda intends to investigate possible crimes committed during the five-day Russia-Georgia War in 2008.
The evaluations showed the Nazis were 'fundamentally bad guys, but that's not a psychiatric diagnosis.'
Nearly 2,000 people have died since Saudi Arabia–led airstrikes began in March.
The complaints relate to Israel's conduct during the 2014 Gaza war and settlement construction.
The Srebrenica killings were Europe's worst atrocity since World War Two.
The Palestinian authority is seeking an inquiry into last summer's Gaza conflict, a move deeply opposed by Israel.
The UN Human Rights Council launched an inquiry in September after ISIS seized large swathes of northern Iraq.
"When something like this is happening on this scale, we have to do something about it."
Photos and videos unearthed by ABC News allegedly show Iraqi soldiers torturing and executing captives.
"It is an escalatory step that will not achieve any of the outcomes most Palestinians have long hoped to see for their people."
The move means the court could take jurisdiction over crimes committed in the Palestinian territories.