The International Criminal Court sentenced former Congolese military leader Bosco Ntaganda on Thursday to 30 years in prison for atrocities including murder, rape and conscripting child soldiers.
International Cricket Council chief executive David Richardson on Sunday said he is happy with the World Cup’s “sporting pitches,” insisting they have provided good balance between bat and ball.
Sudan’s former strongman Omar al-Bashir was accused of corruption, illegal possession of foreign currency, acquiring wealth illegally, financing terrorism, and wrongly ordering a state of emergency, according to prosecutors and state media.
Cricket’s governing body insisted on Friday that India’s M.S. Dhoni will not be allowed to wear an apparent military insignia on his World Cup wicketkeeping gloves.
The International Criminal Court’s chief prosecutor Tuesday warned she “would not hesitate” to broaden her investigation into Libya war crimes amid intensified fighting near the capital Tripoli which killed at least 174.