The Hague

Conflict & Justice

Three Prong Approach to Stopping Syria

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has been accused to using chemical weapons on his own people. So why isn't he being investigated by the International Criminal Court? Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Rebecca Hamilton, author of 'Fighting for Darfur.'

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Shortage of Relief in Darfur

United Nations humanitarian chief John Holmes speaks about the conditions in Darfur since the expulsion in March of more than a dozen international aid groups by the Sudanese government.

Verdict expected this week in war crimes trial of Liberia's Charles Taylor

Charles Taylor, the one-time president of Liberia who insists he had close ties to the U.S. intelligence services, will find out this week whether he will spend the rest of his life in prison. Taylor is accused of financing and arming rebels in neighboring Sierra Leone, encouraging and abetting their war atrocities.