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South Africa to quit UN court
Gulf Times

South Africa becomes second country to leave the international...

South Africa says it is pulling out of the international criminal court, making the country the second this week, after Burundi, to move to leave the tribunal that pursues the world's worst atrocities. The ICC's obligations are inconsistent with ... Business Insider, 15 hours ago
South Africa announces exit from war crimes court Qatar Tribune, 16 hours ago
South Africa's move to quit international court raises concerns San Francisco Chronicle, 21 hours ago

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OPINION: Leaving ICC will not be easy

EPA A general view of courtroom one at the new premises of the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands. Picture: Peter Dejong South Africa's position on the ICC over the past few years needs to be seen in the context of its desire ...
 IOL6 hours ago Five questions on the ICC  Expatica Netherlands1 day ago Africa in the dock at the ICC  Expatica Netherlands1 day ago Africa in the dock at the International Criminal Court  Digital Journal1 day ago

ICGLR And The Government Of DRC Calls For Prosecution Through The International Criminal Tribunal Of Perpetrators To Crimes Committed By ADF And Other Negative Force In DRC

Bujumbura, Burundi 14th October, 2016: The ICGLR Executive Secretary, Ambassador Zachary Muburi-Muita last Monday, paid a courtesy call on Honourable, Crispin Atama Tabe Mogodi, Minister of National Defence, Former Combatants and Reinsertion of the ...
 Nigerian Voice1 week ago
Reuters India

No basis for ICC probe on Duterte, says Abella

No basis, was the assessment of the Palace on the International Criminal Court (ICC) chief prosecutor Fatou Bensouda warning against President Duterte that the deaths on the war on drugs may constitute a possible case against him in the ...
 Philippines Daily Tribune1 week ago Russia's Lavrov: "No special expectations" from meeting on Syria on Saturday  Reuters India1 week ago ICC concerned about killings in war on drugs  The Gulf Today1 week ago ICC warns Philippines over drug killings  Daily Telegraph Australia1 week ago
Business Insider

Why it's hard to fire cops

It takes a lot to get fired from Chicago's police department. A review of internal documents by the Chicago Tribune showed that a small handful of the city's officers were overwhelmingly responsible for the majority of complaints over the last ...
 Business Insider4 days ago Why is it so hard for cops to get fired?  VICE News5 days ago

Don't take intl criminal court lightly, President advised

The International Criminal Court (ICC) is not a body to be ignored, warned an opposition lawmaker and a legal luminary separately interviewed by the Inquirer on Sunday for their thoughts on the warning issued by The Hague-based tribunal. ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer6 days ago

ICC considers 'child soldier' reparations

The International Criminal Court (ICC) is preparing to order its first-ever reparations to the victims of war crimes, focusing on the pain suffered by child soldiers. Two days of unprecedented hearings are being held this week at the tribunal based ...
 Legalbrief5 days ago ICC close to paying first war crimes reparations  Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha1 week ago International Criminal Court close to paying first war crimes reparations  Jamaica Observer1 week ago ICC close to paying first war crimes reparations  The Gulf Today1 week ago

Pak's statement on Quasem's execution tantamount to interference in internal affairs: B'desh

[Bangladesh], Sept. 4 (ANI): Protesting against Pakistan's reaction over the execution of condemned 1971 war criminal Jamaat-e-Islami leader Mir Quasem Ali, Bangladesh has said Islamabad's reaction is a direct interference into the country's domestic affairs.
 Sify1 month ago UKPNP protests against Pak atrocities in Geneva, seeks UN intervention  Sify1 month ago Bangladesh war criminal Mir Quasem decides against clemency  Sify1 month ago Bangladesh executes war criminal Mir Quasem  Sify1 month ago
Tanzania Citizen

Burundi persists to quit ICC as president signs law

President Pierre Nkurunziza has signed legislation enabling Burundi to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC). The law dated October 18 allows "the Republic of Burundi's withdrawal from the Rome statute", the ICC's founding treaty. ...
 African Independent3 days ago Burundi set to quit ICC as president promulgates law  Tanzania Citizen2 days ago As Burundi Abandons the ICC, Who Could Be Next?  MSNBC Newsweek3 days ago
Gulf Times

Burundi seeking to hide crimes from the world - groups

The Hague - Rights organisations on Friday condemned a vote by Burundian lawmakers to withdraw from the International Criminal Court, warning the government was trying to hide abuses from the eyes of the world. If Burundi quits the tribunal it ...
 News246 days ago
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