Is the ICC Picking on Africa?
While many Africans have been charged by the ICC, the fact that governments have been largely supportive of the organisation is frequently overlooked, writes Stephen Lamony for ThinkAfrica Press.
African Arguments, 16 April 2013
Many observers and critics of the International Criminal Court (ICC) argue that the Court has focused entirely on Africa and needs to expand its investigations to other continents. ... read more »
The ICC building in The Hague, The Netherlands.
Capital FM, 16 April 2013
The United Nations has relaxed its policy that restricts its officials from interacting with suspects facing charges at the International Criminal Court (ICC). read more »
Capital FM, 10 April 2013
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has made it clear it had no interest whatsoever in who became Kenya's president in last month's elections. read more »
International Center for Transitional Justice, 10 April 2013
On April 10, the UN General Assembly (UN GA) is holding a thematic debate on the role of international justice in reconciliation processes. The debate was called by UN GA President ... read more »
New Vision, 10 April 2013
The Uganda People's Congress (UPC) has expressed disappointment over President Yoweri Museveni's denouncement of the International Criminal Court (ICC) on Tuesday in Kenya. read more »
UN News Service, 10 April 2013
The United Nations General Assembly today held its first ever debate on the role of the international criminal justice system in reconciliation, with its president stressing the ... read more »