Kenya Won't Freeze Assets of ICC Four
The government says only a conviction will prompt them to freeze and identify the assets of the four who are facing post-election violence charges at the International Criminal Court.
A pregnant woman runs past burning shacks in Nairobi's Mathare slum during 2007 post-election violence (file photo).
Capital FM, 11 January 2013
Kenya will not freeze the assets of four Kenyans charged by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for various crimes against humanity unless they are convicted. read more »
The Star, 11 January 2013
THE trials of Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto at the Hague are likely to stretch into 2015, judging by the pre-trial brief of ICC Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda filed on ... read more »
The Star, 10 January 2013
ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has released a list of witnesses to be used during the trial of four Kenyans facing charges at the Court. read more »
Capital FM, 10 January 2013
International Criminal Court (ICC) Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda says she will require at least two years to present evidence against four Kenyans charged with crimes against humanity. read more »
Institute for War & Peace Reporting, 10 January 2013
Proposals for an international division of Kenyan high court are widely welcomed, though experts say securing justice for past election violence remains a challenge. read more »
The International Criminal Court has rejected appeals challenging its jurisdiction over cases involving top Kenyan officials dubbed the Ocampo Four. Read more »