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The consequences of such attacks would be devastating, journalist Ahmed Twaij writes.
A Year On From The Launch Of A Devastating Campaign Of Violence Against The Rohingya, We Need To Hold Those Responsible To Account
We know what atrocities are taking place and who is responsible. Now is the time for action.
Almost a year since the government acknowledged what “looks like ethnic cleansing”, here's what needs to happen
The time for symbolic condemnation is over. The ICC must take action, and the international community must act concretely – Amnesty International director.
Justice Minister Michael Masutha to submit government's plans to withdraw from the Rome Statute to Parliament.
Laurent Gbagbo's Insistance To Stay In Power Took Years Out Of The Momentum Of Economic Development Of Côte d’Ivoire
In pursuit of their endless grip on power, dictators -– not only African -– employ brutal methods to deal with opposition.
It is imperative that South Africa remains as a member of the ICC and continues to advocate for meaningful structural changes within the ICC.
“It appears that the government of South Africa has accepted its obligations to cooperate with the court under its domestic legal framework.”
The International Criminal Court seems unable to prosecute anyone except minor African rebels and overthrown African heads of state.
Less than a week after public submissions for ICC withdrawal bill closes, minister seems to change his mind