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.

The ICC building in The Hague, The Netherlands.

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