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    'ICC fears of ‘state policy’ to attack Rohingyas'

    International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has said the ICC judges feared that Myanmar may have ‘state policy’ to attack its minority Rohingya population in Rakhine.

  • Investigation to uncover the truth: ICC Prosecutor

    International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has welcomed the decision to authorise an investigation into crimes committed against Rohingyas in Myanmar saying her investigation will seek to uncover the truth.

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    ICC forms pre-trial chamber on atrocities against Rohingyas

    In a step forward, the International Criminal Court (ICC) has constituted a pre-trial chamber and assigned it to the situation in Bangladesh and Myanmar in regard to the alleged crimes against the Rohingyas.

  • Atrocities against Rohingya refugees

    Rohingya Atrocities: Malaysia wants perpetrators punished

    Malaysia wants the perpetrators of atrocities against the Rohingyas be tried immediately at the International Criminal Court (ICC).

  • US issues threat to war crimes court

    The Trump administration threatens tough action against the International Criminal Court should it try to prosecute Americans for alleged war crimes in Afghanistan and said the PLO's office in Washington would be closed for seeking to punish Israel through the court.

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    Atrocities Against Rohingyas: Start probe now

    UN Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide Adama Dieng has urged International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda to consider ICC's recommendation of opening an investigation into the atrocities against Rohingyas without delay.

  • Asean MPs welcome ICC jurisdiction over crimes against Rohingya

    Regional lawmakers welcome the decision of the International Criminal Court (ICC) which ruled that it could exercise jurisdiction over the alleged crime of deportation of the Rohingya population, despite Myanmar not being a party to the Rome Statute.

  • Myanmar ‘rejects’ ICC decision over Rohingya crisis

    Myanmar “resolutely” rejects a ruling by the International Criminal Court (ICC) empowering the tribunal to probe alleged crimes against the Rohingya even though the Southeast Asian nation is not a member of it.

  • World Bank want to supports for Rohingya Refugees

    ICC has the jurisdiction

    The International Criminal Court ruled yesterday it has jurisdiction over alleged deportations of Rohingya people from Myanmar to Bangladesh as a possible crime against humanity.

  • Force Myanmar to face ICC for atrocities: Southeast Asian MPs

    More than 130 lawmakers from across Southeast Asia demand the international community bring officials in Myanmar to justice for the atrocious crimes it committed against its Rohingya population in Rakhine State.

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    Crimes Against Rohingyas: Dhaka unlikely to respond to ICC

    Bangladesh is unlikely to send any opinion to the International Criminal Court over exercise of its jurisdiction to investigate the forced deportation of Rohingyas as Myanmar has requested Bangladesh to refrain from responding to ICC's call.

  • Bangladesh urged to submit Rohingya docs to ICC

    Speakers at a seminar in the city urges the government to submit its observations and documents relating to Rohingyas forced out from Myanmar to the International Criminal Court (ICC) within the given time frame and assist ICC in building pressure on Myanmar on this issue.

  • Dhaka can pursue ICC options

    Bangladesh need not suffer from indecision as to whether it would be better for it to opt for politically or diplomatically negotiated settlement, instead of participating in the ICC process by submitting the opinion on investigating the possible atrocity crimes against the Rohingya, said Prof Rafiqul Islam.

  • Transparency International Bangladesh TIB Report

    ‘Provide evidence of mass atrocities against Rohingyas to ICC’

    Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) urges the government to provide evidence of mass atrocities against Rohingyas to the International Criminal Court (ICC).

  • British MPs for referring Myanmar to ICC

    The UK must support efforts to refer Myanmar's regime to the International Criminal Court (ICC) over evidence of state-sanctioned ethnic cleansing of Rohingya and human rights abuses, said British MPs on the international development select committee, reports The Guardian.

  • Rohingya Crisis about United Nations Security Council

    UNSC should refer Myanmar to ICC: HRW

    Human Rights Watch says the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) should immediately refer the situation in Myanmar, including the widespread and systematic abuses against ethnic Rohingya, to the International Criminal Court (ICC).

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    ‘Bangladesh, involve ICC into Rohingya crisis’

    Bangladesh government should encourage the International Criminal Court (ICC) to exercise jurisdiction to investigate and prosecute the crime of deporting Rohingyas, says a Southeast Asia-based rights organisation, Fortify Rights.

  • Rights group calls for UN Rohingya resolution ahead of Myanmar visit

    Human Rights Watch calls on for Myanmar's Rohingya crisis to be referred to the International Criminal Court, days before a UN Security Council delegation is due to arrive in the country.

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    ICC prosecutor seeks jurisdiction over Rohingya deportations

    The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) has asked it to rule on whether it has jurisdiction over the deportations of Rohingya people "from Myanmar to Bangladesh", a possible crime against humanity, according to a filing.

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    UN wants allegations of crimes against Rohingyas referred to ICC

    The top United Nations human rights official call for allegations of atrocities committed against the Muslim Rohingya minority in Myanmar to be referred to the International Criminal Court (ICC) for prosecution.