Throughout history, leaders from around the globe have been accused of war crimes, crimes against humanity and human rights abuses. Here is what happened to them.
Charles TaylorCharles Taylor, the U.S.-educated guerrilla leader who fought his way to the presidency of Liberia, was convicted of war crimes and crimes against humanity — including murder, rape and slavery — for his role in assisting a bloody rebel movement in neighboring Sierra Leone. The court sentenced him to 50 years imprisonment.Pewee Flomoku/AP
Chadwick Boseman gives a Wakanda salute at Howard University commencement, protests in Gaza over U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem, a spokeless Ferris wheel, shooting at Sante Fe High School in Texas and more images from around the world.