Five Years of the International Criminal Court: Waiting for a Day in Court

It is five years since the treaty setting up the International Criminal Court came into force. The Court has jurisdiction over people committing genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes and takes cases only if there is no local judicial system willing or able to deal with them adequately. How has it done so far?

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