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Asia Pacific Report The prosecutor’s office at the International Criminal Court (ICC) has appealed for an end to what it calls intimidation of its staff,...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Richard Naidu, editor of Islands Business South Africa’s genocide case against Israel at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) has been described...

ANALYSIS: By Donald Rothwell, Australian National University In an unprecedented legal development, senior Australian politicians, including Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, have been referred to the...

ANALYSIS: By Alexander Gillespie, University of Waikato Despite the carnage, United Nations resolutions and international court rulings, Israel's war in Gaza has the potential to...

COMMENTARY: By John Minto The New Zealand government is shortly to announce whether it will designate Hamas a “terrorist” group in response to the October...

Pacific Media Watch The toll of four months of war in Gaza on journalism is "nothing short of horrifying" -- Palestinian journalists killed, wounded, and...

By David Robie, editor of Asia Pacific Report A Palestinian advocate has appealed to the New Zealand government to call for a permanent ceasefire in...

ANALYSIS: By Alexander Gillespie, University of Waikato Since Jacinda Ardern described the state of world affairs as “bloody messy” earlier this year there have been...

The bullet that killed journalist Shireen Abu Akleh. Video: Ala Jazeera investigation Pacific Media Watch newsdesk An investigation by Al Jazeera has obtained an image of...

By Jodesz Gavilan in Manila A birth of a child usually draws out changes from people. Parents, and even grandparents, recreate themselves in a bid...

By David Robie Migrants and overseas Filipinos in Aotearoa New Zealand today called on the governments of both Australia and New Zealand to halt all...

By Lian Buan in Manila With 94.23 percent of precincts already accounted for, Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr, the only son and namesake of the late...

COMMENTARY: By John Minto The discovery of many civilian bodies lying dead in the Ukrainian city of Bucha this week has brought out more Western...

RNZ Pacific Investigators in French Polynesia have reassessed their case against the pro-independence leader Oscar Manutahi Temaru, who has challenged the seizure of his US$100,000...

By Christine Rovoi, RNZ Pacific journalist An International Criminal Court official in the Pacific is calling on all parties in the Afghanistan conflict to respect...

RNZ Pacific Several thousand people in French Polynesia have joined a march demanding France own up to the damage caused by its nuclear weapons tests. The...

By RNZ Pacific French Polynesia's pro-independence opposition has continued to attack the French government and judiciary for removing its leader Oscar Temaru from the Territorial...

President Rodrigo Duterte appeared to admit to extrajudicial killings during a speech on Thursday saying this was the only "sin" that he was guilty...

Philippine military leaders refuse to follow President Rodrigo Duterte's order to arrest outspoken critic Senator Antonio Trillanes. Jamela Alindogan reports from Manila. Video: Al...

By Paterno Esmaquel II in Manila Secretary of Foreign Affairs Alan Peter Cayetano claims the Philippines' withdrawal from the International Criminal Court is "a principled...