Category Archives: ICC

South Africa policies drift towards Zimbabwe

South Africa’s government will review its membership in the International Criminal Court in the wake of a dispute with the court over [...]

Sudan President Al-Bashir Barred From Leaving South Africa

By Staff Reporter Sudanese President Umar al-Bashir casts his vote at a polling station in Khartoum on April 13. Photographer: Ashraf Shazly [...]

Kenyatta appears at ICC in Hague for landmark hearing?

By Staff Reporter Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta is appearing before the International Criminal Court (ICC) where he faces charges of crime [...]

Has Kenya Destroyed the ICC?

By MICHELA WRONG The author is a trustee of Human Rights Watch’s Africa Division, serving in an independent, advisory capacity.   [...]

Tony Blair deserves criticism but military intervention isn’t always wrong

 After Iraq, using force is seen as inherently bad. But don’t forget cost of failing to act in Rwanda Blessing-Miles Tendi -Guardian [...]

LRA rebel chief Kony promotes son

By Staff Reporter Joseph Kony (AP)  Uganda’s notorious rebel chief Joseph Kony has named his son as deputy of his Lord’s Resist [...]

ICC dismisses accusations of African bias

By Staff Reporter ICC has dismissed all “African bias” claims The International Criminal Court (ICC) has dismissed accusations o [...]
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