Russia's Vladimir Putin to be arrested? Here's when an ICC warrant works
Russian President Vladimir Putin's his war crimes arrest warrant could hurt his ability to travel freely and meet other world leaders, who may feel less inclined to speak to a wanted man.
The International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin earlier this week, linking him to the war crime of deporting Ukrainian children - at least hundreds - to the other country. While the move is largely symbolic, it is likely to have some repercussions on Moscow and its top leader as the war progresses.