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Metropolitan police and US Department of Justice asked to launch war crimes investigation into 2016 funeral attack in Yemen
The family of a man killed in an attack on a funeral in Sana’a, Yemen in 2016 are seeking an inquiry into the attack, of which the Saudi-UAE coalition have admitted responsibility, citing unlawful killings, torture and war crimes.
International criminal court asked to rule in case brought by 28 people who fled civil war
The international criminal court in The Hague, Netherlands. Photograph: Peter de Jong/AP Syrian refugees who fled to Jordan after being tortured and witnessing massacres have submitted dossiers of evidence to the international criminal court in a novel attempt to prosecute President Bashar al-Assad.
'The ICC Prosecutor and some of the Report concluded that war crimes against civilian have been committed in the international waters’
Gaza Freedom Flotilla consisted of Mavi Marmara, Sfendoni, Challenger I, Eleftheri I, Eleftheri Mesogios, Gaza I, and Defne Y ships which were carrying humanitarian aid and construction materials to the people of Gaza faced the illegal attack and intervention of Israeli military forces on 31 May 2010.