The conference to review the work and jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court got underway on Monday with the issue of state aggression topping the agenda.
When the International Criminal Court (ICC) opened for business in the Hague back in 2002, the message was clear: it was the beginning of the end of impunity for the perpetrators of war crimes, genocide and other crimes against humanity.
So far, the ICC has begun investigations into situations in five countries, all of them African. And that has led to cries of imbalance from countries in the African Union.
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ICC members get to grips with wars of aggression