The International Criminal Court (ICC) has authorised a full investigation into allegations of crimes against humanity in Burundi.
Last week, Burundi became the first nation to withdraw from the Rome Statute, bringing an end to the International Criminal Court’s jurisdiction in the African country. A year after the country first threatened to abandon the Hague-based court, Burundi has
Burundi has become the first country to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC).
This week, the Gambia became the third African country to announce its withdrawal from the International Criminal Court in the space of a month.
Burundi’s government has voted to leave the International Criminal Court (ICC) with an overwhelming majority.
Burundi has threatened to pull out of the Rome Statute that places it under the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) jurisdiction.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has sentenced former Congolese vice-president Jean-Pierre Bemba to 18 years in prison.
Sudan will participate in a UN meeting where the African Union (AU) committee will explain its position against the International Criminal Court (ICC).
The International Criminal Court (ICC) on Tuesday threw out charges against Kenya’s deputy president William Ruto.
Earlier this year the African Union (AU) voted in favour of a proposal to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC). The campaign, which has been spearheaded by Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, defines a sentiment popular among many African leaders:
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