Dutch far-right leader Geert Wilders: “I said what millions of people think and believe. The public prosecutors should be going after jihadists instead of me.”   Photograph: Evert-Jan Daniels/EPA

Dutch far-right leader seen on TV leading his supporters in anti-Moroccan chanting

The ICC has been identified as the one potential source of justice if alleged CIA torturers and their masters are to be called to account. Photograph: Mark Wilson/Getty Images

Laws and loyalty to the US hamper the International Criminal Court

Trucks carrying the wreckage of the Malaysia Airlines aircraft MH17 that crashed in Ukraine arrive at Gilze-Rijen airbase in Gilze-Rijen in The Netherlands. Photograph: Robin van Lonkhuijsen/EPA

Investigators, led by Dutch, hope wreckage will provide evidence of what happened

Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta: described the ICC case against him, which collapsed on Friday, as “a travesty”. Photograph: Daniel Irungu/EPA

ICC humiliated by collapse of three-year pursuit of Kenyan president

A man sits  in the harbour of Rotterdam, where armed detectives in Rotterdam seized their biggest haul of cocaine in a decade at the weekend. AFP PHOTO/ANP/ROBIN UTRECHT

Seizure means major distribution networks in Europe have been disrupted, say police

Laurent Gbagbo: he denies four charges  including murder and rape during  post-election clashes between December 2010 and April 2011. Photograph: Michael Kooren/AFP/Getty

Laurent Gbagbo to seek party leadership despite awaiting trial for crimes against humanity

Bloodstains are visible on a wall as men collect human remains at a site hit by what activists said was an air strike by forces loyal to Syrian president Bashar al-Assad in Raqqa, eastern Syria, which is controlled by Islamic State militants. Photograph: Nour Fourat/Reuters

Teenager had travelled to Raqqa to marry jihadist boyfriend

Dutch far-right Party for Freedom leader Geert Wilders in Schilderswijk: there have been problems  with supporters of Islamic State flying the flag, literally, for the new caliphate. Photograph: Martijn Beekman/AFP/Getty Images

Hague Letter: Council has been told it is not ready to deal with a possisble threat

 Dutch right wing  Freedom Party leader Geert Wilders:  “The popularity of the government is dwindling again and the threat of attack posed by returning jihadists with connections to Islamic State gives Wilders a stronger profile.” Photograph: Sander Koning/EPA

Poll of polls says Freedom Party would be beneficiary of government’s loss of seats if election held now

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