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All those convicted by the International Criminal Court so far have been African

Two militia leaders accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Central African Republic are standing trial at the International Criminal Court. Read our explainer for more:

Victims’ associations and community leaders in Central African Republic offer their thoughts on the trial of two militia leaders standing trial at the International Criminal Court:

Rights groups say impunity has fuelled a cycle of violence in Central African Republic. Can the trial of two militia leaders at the International Criminal Court buck the trend?

Two militia leaders accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Central African Republic are standing trial at the International Criminal Court. Read our explainer for more:

Victims’ associations and community leaders in Central African Republic offer their thoughts on the trial of two militia leaders standing trial at the International Criminal Court:

Rights groups say impunity has fuelled a cycle of violence in Central African Republic. Can the trial of two militia leaders at the International Criminal Court buck the trend?

Victims’ associations and community leaders in Central African Republic offer their thoughts on the trial of two militia leaders standing trial at the International Criminal Court:

The first defendants accused of atrocities in a conflict in the Central African Republic appeared before the International Criminal Court on Tuesday.

Wearing suits while on trial at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Patrice-Edouard Ngaissona and Alfred Yekatom look harmless. But in Central African Republic, memories of the horrors by the militias they are accused of leading remain vivid

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Two men accused of leading Christian-dominated militias in widespread attacks on Muslims in the Central African Republic will face trial at the International Criminal Court

Central African Republic’s decision to surrender former militia leader Alfred Yekatom to the International Criminal Court is a major step against impunity, all the more so given the continuing violence. Read:

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#UPDATE  Former Central African Republic militia leader nicknamed "Colonel Rambo " arrives in The Hague, where he will stand trial for war crimes and crimes against humanity at the International Criminal Court

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As head of the Lord’s Resistance Army, Joseph Kony has been indicted by the International Criminal Court for abducting and recruiting children to be soldiers in the Central African Republic. We spoke to two of them. See it on VICE News Tonight, 7:30 PM EDT on

BREAKING: South African court rules that government's decision to withdraw from International Criminal Court is unconstitutional.

South Africa is to quit the International Criminal Court. The ICC's been accused of bias against African countries.…

Why the International Criminal Court faces accusations of anti-African bias & being outdated

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