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Poms Inflict More English Belly Scratching

England have absolutely crumbled on the last day of the 2nd Test between themselves and India at Lord’s. This is the first time that India have won at Lord’s for all of 28 years. 427 more words


Criminal investigation of MH17 crash

The Netherlands’ Public Prosecution Service (Openbaar Ministerie, or “Public Ministry”) has launched an official investigation of the crash of MH17, on the basis of suspicion of war crimes, murder and intentional shooting down of a civil airplane. 164 more words

Justice Matters

Palestinian Recourse to the International Criminal Court: The Time has Come

[Prefatory Note: "Palestine’s Dilemma: To Go or Not to Go to the International Criminal Court" was published on July 13, 2014 on the website of Middle East Eye, a site I strong recommend to all those with an interest in Middle East issues; this post represents a somewhat revised text, but within the framework of the original; the political plausibility of invoking the Inteernational Criminal Court to investigate allegations of criminality directed at Israel increases with each passing day.) 1,751 more words


Poms Trip Over Target of 319

England have made a minor stumble in their 4th innings chase of 319, in the 2nd Test between themselves and India at Lord’s.

With India going into the day at 169/4, Murali Vijay capitalized on his 50 to reach 95, but it took a spectacular Jimmy Anderson delivery to have the Indian nicking off and the Swami Army crying in dissatisfaction and disbelief. 283 more words



Sri Lanka brings in foreign experts to investigate war crimes: Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa has decided to involve foreign experts in the country’s investigation of possible war crimes during its 26-year civil war. 286 more words

News About The Courts

Here We Go Again. This Time It's the 2012 International Swimming Pool and Spa Code.

The ICC is at it again, invading Texas first.

I found this article on the website for Professional Deck Builder magazine. Check it here to read it in its entirety. 721 more words