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Burundi first to quit International Criminal Court

FT.com Wednesday, 19 October 2016 ()
Move comes amid mounting global criticism of president’s repression of opponents
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South Africa says it is withdrawing from the International Criminal Court. The UN has received the official request and the withdrawal will be effective after one year.

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