THE International Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant for Russian president Vladimir Putin. The court accused Putin of being responsible for the “unlawful deportation” of childr
BBC correspondents Anna Holligan and Steve Rosenberg on the difficulties of detaining a president.
The Chinese leader is framing his visit to Moscow as a “journey for peace” but his calculations go far beyond the war in Ukraine.
The trip comes after an arrest warrant was issued for Putin by the International Criminal Court, over Russia's alleged deportation of thousands of Ukrainian children during the conflict.
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ViewRussian President Vladimir Putin visited the Russian-occupied city of Mariupol in Ukraine on Sunday.The Russian leader arrived in Mariupol via helicopter and then drove himself around the city's memorial sites, concert hall and coastline. This marks his first trip to the illegally annexed territory in Ukraine.The surprise trip also comes one day before Chinese President Xi Jinping is scheduled to visit Moscow. The visit is seen as a major diplomatic boost for Putin. Xi's visit would mark his...
Russian president makes first trip to Donbas region since invasion, in show of defiance after ICC arrest warrantRussia-Ukraine war – latest news updatesVladimir Putin has made a surprise visit to the occupied Ukrainian port city of Mariupol in a show of defiance after the international criminal court issued an arrest warrant for him on war crimes charges.Russian state media released footage on Sunday showing the president on what is believed to have been his first trip to Russian-occupied...
Russian President Vladimir Putin has visited the port city of Mariupol, Russian state news agencies reported, in his first trip to Ukrainian territory that Moscow illegally annexed in September.
The president has become only the third sitting head of state to be indicted, but bringing him to court will prove very difficult
In a major step forward in the effort to recognize Russian crimes in Ukraine, the International Criminal Court (ICC) on Friday issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Despite the charges against him at the Hague, the chances of a prosecution for Ukraine war crimes are slim.