Fatou Bensouda

Dutch Lawmaker Calls for Expulsion of ‘Biased’ ICC Prosecutor

TEL AVIV – The head of the second-largest party in the Netherlands has called on his country to expel the “biased pro-Palestinian” International Criminal Court’s top prosecutor over her bid to put Israel on trial for unsubstantiated war crimes claimed by the Palestinians.

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 09: Dutch Leader of the Opposition Geert Wilders of nationalist Party for Freedom speaks during a 'Free Tommy Robinson' Protest on Whitehall on June 9, 2018 in London, England. Protesters are calling for the release of English Defense League (EDL) leader Tommy Robinson who is serving …

Australia Opposes ICC’s Anti-Israel Probe, Germany Supports

TEL AVIV – Australia has joined the U.S. in rejecting the top prosecutor at the International Criminal Court’s proposed investigation into Israel for unsubstantiated war crimes claimed by the Palestinians, while Germany, on the other hand, has expressed its support for the probe.

CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 25: Prime Minister Scott Morrison speaks to media during a press conference at Parliament House on November 25, 2019 in Canberra, Australia. Australian spy agency ASIO is investigating reports China tried to plant an operative as an MP in a seat in Federal Parliament. Fairfax Media …

Spurning ICC Threat, Netanyahu Vows to Annex Settlements

TEL AVIV – Amid the controversy surrounding the International Criminal Court’s proposed probe into Israel for unsubstantiated war crimes claimed by the Palestinians, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday repeated his campaign pledge to annex all West Bank settlements as well as the Jordan Valley.

Netanyahu pushes annexation plan as new elections loom

UN Panel Accepts Palestinian Demand to Probe Israel Over ‘Apartheid’

TEL AVIV – A UN anti-racism panel has given approval to investigate Palestinian complaints that Israel’s activities in the West Bank are tantamount to apartheid, despite the international body’s legal adviser in the past declaring that such an investigation would be outside its jurisdiction. 

International Criminal Court's prosecutor (ICC), Fatou Bensouda, addresses a press conference in Kampala on February 27, 2015. The International Criminal Court's prosecutor said today that the evidence against Dominic Ongwen is incomplete and more time is needed to gather evidence against a Ugandan rebel commander who faces trial at The …