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Victory at the Hague

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has been used in the past to condemn some of the worst criminals in the world since 2005. Muammar Gaddafi, Joseph Kony, Omar al-Bashir, et cetera. 389 more words

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Adam: Justice, finally, for a man who tried to destroy Mali's history

I am not a big fan of the International Criminal Court, because it targets only Africans, leaving many others who commit similar or worse war crimes and atrocities untouched. 653 more words

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Corte Penale Internazionale: biblioteca (Ing., Fr., Sp.)

International Criminal Court – Resource library – Whether you use it for translations or other purpose these are highly useful. “You will find the core legal texts: 7 documents that together form the basis of the Court’s legal framework: the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (Statute), the Rules of Procedure and Evidence, the Elements of Crimes, the Regulations of the Court, the Regulations of the Registry, the Regulations of the Office of the Prosecutor and the Code of Professional Conduct for counsel. 75 more words

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ICC tries Timbuktu destruction as war crime

Another African has appeared in the dock at the International Criminal Court, charged with destroying ancient monuments in Mali. Some African leaders say the court unfairly targets the continent. 1,030 more words

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I Ordered Attacks on Ancient Shrines in Timbuktu, Islamist Rebel Says

An Islamist rebel has admitted to ordering attacks on ancient cultural sites in Timbuktu, Mali, in a unique trial at the International Criminal Court… 233 more words

Group urges ICC to end rights violation in Africa

The Igbo Ekunie Initiative (IEI), a body comprising Igbo at home and the diaspora has called on the International Criminal Court (ICC) to end what it described as ‘historic culture of impunity’ in Africa. 14 more words

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Asia’s scramble for Africa | The Economist

IF THERE is a modern gateway from the east to Africa, it is arguably Addis Ababa’s airport. Passengers passing through its dusty terminals on their way to some far-flung capital will be surprised to find that getting an Ethiopian meal is remarkably difficult. 1,203 more words

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