A top U.S. diplomatic official said the ICC won't pursue war crimes charges against Americans if the U.S. courts handle it.
Zelenskyy conveyed his confidence that Russia's leaders would someday face justice for war crimes during his symbolic visit to the city that hosts the International Criminal Court.
Diplomats from other nations objected to the Russian-led U.N. Security Council session as an exercise in disinformation and cynical misuse of its mandate to maintain peace and security.
The court's prosecutor said the charges are based on evidence collected and analyzed by his office that pertains to the deportation of "at least hundreds of children taken from orphanages and children’s care homes."
From a rollback of basic rights in the United States to the killing fields of Ukraine and the earthquake zones of Turkey and Syria, children struggle in an often indifferent world.