Myanmar is facing growing international calls for accountability over the Rakhine campaign.
The nearly one million Rohingya refugees who fled persecution in Myanmar in 2017 now live in three dozen squalid camps in Bangladesh's southeastern border district of Cox's Bazar.
Former Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir faces a raft of charges of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide from the International Criminal Court over his role in the Darfur war.
The Rohingya issue, especially their repatriation from Bangladesh, is expected to be a major topic at the Asean summit in Thailand.
Myanmar's armed forces are using heavy artillery against the AA, who are fighting for more autonomy for the state's ethnic Rakhine Buddhists.
Critics are using false arguments to oppose Rome Statute, says former diplomat.
We are suddenly seeing demands that more and more issues be referred to the Agong or the rulers for their consent when the constitution itself does not mandate it.
Edmund Bon dismisses the claim that monarchs will lose immunity if the government ratifies the Rome Statute.
The Malay rulers are not part of the decision-making process, says Chandra Muzaffar.
Rwanda has accused France of being complicit in the genocide of an estimated 800,000 ethnic Tutsis.
Turkish political spokesman Ibrahim Kalin said that Macron is turning historic episodes into politics.
Macron told the Coordination Council of Armenian Organizations in France that France was among the first nations to denounce the genocide of the Armenian people by the Ottoman Empire.
The military in Myanmar, where Buddhism is the main religion, has denied past accusations that it had committed genocide against the Rohingya and says its actions were part of a fight against terrorism.
The hybrid court, which uses a mix of Cambodian and international law, was created with the backing of the UN in 2006 to try senior Khmer Rouge leaders.
Many believe the decision will be the last for the tribunal, which has been marred by allegations of political interference.
Investigators have said senior Myanmar military officials should be prosecuted for genocide in Rakhine state, but the country has rejected these calls, insisting it was defending itself against militants.
Former ambassador suggests Anwar Ibrahim take the lead in new global campaign to stop the Rohingya genocide.
Myanmar's army chief Min Aung Hlaing says the UN has no right to interfere in the sovereignty of the country.
The 'new Malaysia' must defend stateless people like the Rohingya and allow its laws and policies to be driven by conscience.
The UN report marked the first time the organisation has explicitly called for Myanmar officials to face genocide charges over a brutal crackdown on Rohingya Muslims last year.
The UN panel, led by former Indonesian AG Marzuki Darusman, named the Myanmar army's commander-in-chief, Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, and five other generals who should face justice.
Kofi Annan was 56 and just one year into his term as deputy secretary-general in charge of peacekeeping operations when the deadly machetes rained down on Rwanda's Tutsi and moderate Hutus.
Serb Republic lawmakers' vote to revoke the 2004 report was initiated by the region's nationalist President Milorad Dodik to mobilise voters around the nationalist agenda ahead of October elections.
Football Federation of Cambodia (FFC) Sao Sokha said the former AC Milan player won't receive a salary but that the federation would pay for his travel and accommodation.
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