Kenya: ICC Trials Likely in September?
The International Criminal Court's office has advised witnesses in the post-election violence case to prepare themselves for September raising expectation that the trials will take place during that month.
Capital FM, 6 June 2012
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has once again refused to furnish Kenya with evidence it has against the four Kenyans accused of crimes against humanity. read more »
Capital FM, 5 June 2012
The four Kenyans accused of crimes at the International Criminal Court (ICC) were on Tuesday getting ready to travel to The Hague for the status conference to be held next Monday ... read more »
Capital FM, 30 May 2012
The four Kenyans accused of crimes against humanity should prepare to spend at least one and a half years at The Hague during their trials. read more »
The Star, 27 May 2012
The ICC is planning to fly out of 10 new witnesses to strengthen its cases against the Ocampo Four. Investigators from the Hague and their top lawyers, who are in the country, have ... read more »
Capital FM, 25 May 2012
Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta has vowed he will not be distracted in his quest for the country's presidency by charges he's facing at the International Criminal Court (ICC). read more »
The Star, 25 May 2012
Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta said yesterday that he will not abandon his Presidential campaign despite the charges he is facing at The Hague and Prime Minister Raila Odinga ... read more »
Kenya: Fears of Tension Grow
Institute for War & Peace Reporting, 24 May 2012
Leading presidential candidates accused of incitement as government again tries to block international trials. read more »
The Star, 24 May 2012
IT IS now full trial ahead for the four Kenyans charged at the ICC after the appeals chamber knocked off their last challenge on jurisdiction. The ICC appeals judges led by Akua ... read more »
The post-election violence in early 2008 resulted in more than 1,000 deaths and the displacement of at least half a million Kenyans (file photo).
The International Criminal Court has rejected appeals challenging its jurisdiction over cases involving top Kenyan officials dubbed the Ocampo Four. Read more »