"... You should know if you're responsible for the proposed ICC investigation of U.S. personnel in connection with the situation in Afghanistan, you should not assume that you will still have or will get a visa, or that you will be permitted to enter the United States", US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said.
Hague Court Chief Prosecutor Bensouda's U.S. Visa Denied
allAfrica, 5 April 2019
The United States government has withdrawn the entry visa for Fatou Bensouda, chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, her office has confirmed. Read more »
International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor Fatou Bensouda addresses the Security Council (file photo).
Remarks to the Press
State Department, 5 April 2019
Michael R. PompeoSecretary of StatePress Briefing RoomWashington, DCMarch 15, 2019 Read more »
US Threatens to Arrest ICC Judges Over War Crimes Probe
Deutsche Welle, 11 September 2018
Washington will sanction and prosecute ICC judges who open an investigation into US war crimes in Afghanistan, said a top official. In November, the ICC chief prosecutor requested… Read more »
Chile Eboe-Osuji, who was the first Nigerian to be elevated to the court in 2012, will serve as International Criminal Court president for the next three years. Read more »
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