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Why so many African leaders hate the International Criminal Court
By: Adam Taylor When the International Criminal Court was established in 2002, there was little doubt that the theory behind it was noble. The multilateral treaty that resulted in the court, the Rome Statute, had set out a number of international crimes...
Bashir, the ICC and Jirtig
By Magdi El Gizouli President Bashir’s return to Khartoum after the drama of his ‘missed’ arrest in Johannesburg was to say the least anticlimactic. The microphone set up for him to address the ‘spontaneous’ crowd which gathered...
Bashir rests assured laden-burden on the Sudanese people’s shoulders
By Mahmoud A. Suleiman July 14, 2014 - Omer al-Bashir believes that his continuing in power better protects him from tracking and prosecution by the International Criminal Court (ICC). He clings to the continuity of his rule in Sudan under the protection...