Four Palestinian boys were killed last summer in the Israeli advance on Gaza. Their relatives are hoping justice will come from the International Court of Justice in The Hague.
Human Rights Watch has accused Israel, Egypt and Hamas of systematically preventing rights workers from investigating abuses in the Gaza Strip. A new report also cast doubt on Israel's promise to conduct its own inquiry.
Prosecutors in the Netherlands are investigating death threats against against human rights lawyer Nada Kiswanson, who claims that Israel is intimidating her as a result of her work on behalf of Palestinians.
South Africa's decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court has rased fears that other countries will follow. But why do many nations wish not to take part in international alliances to begin with?
Hearings have begun at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in Ukraine's suit against Russia. Kyiv claims Moscow employed terrorism in its Donbass region and has mistreated Crimea's minorities.
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