Inside Story - Can the ICC deliver impartial justice?





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Published on Jul 2, 2012

On July 1, 2002, the International Criminal Court (ICC), the only permanent criminal tribunal set up to try genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes came into force. A decade later, it has been ratified by 121 states with another 32 intending to join. The US and China, however, have opted not to. In its 10 years, the ICC has only made one conviction - Thomas Lubanga - a Congolese warlord found guilty of recruiting child soldiers. Critics say the ICC has made slow progress, with much, if not all of its focus on Africa.

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