Kenyan Witnesses Deported From Europe
Two witnesses in the International Criminal Court case over 2007 post-election violence have been expelled from protective custody and returned to the country.
Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta has vowed he will not be distracted in his quest for the presidency by charges he's facing at the International Criminal Court (file photo).
The Star, 13 August 2012
International Criminal Court witnesses against four Kenyans facing charges at The Hague have rejected a plan to move them to hideouts in African countries from Europe where they... read more »
The Star, 7 August 2012
ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has finally disclosed the identities of two crucial witnesses to deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta.read more »
Capital FM, 26 July 2012
The International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor has raised concerns with the Kenyan government over intimidation of witnesses in the two cases involving four Kenyans at The... read more »
UN Integrated Regional Information Networks, 30 July 2012
That a war crimes court should focus on the victims of war crimes sounds like a simple concept.read more »
The Star, 26 July 2012
DEPUTY Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta and Eldoret North MP William Ruto have opposed an application by ICC Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda to increase the charges against them.read more »