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Congolese ‘Terminator’ warlord gets harshest ever ICC sentence

An ICC spokesman confirmed it was the heaviest ever penalty handed down by the court, which was set up in 2002 to try the world's worst crimes

Aussies playing dead until World Cup comes to life

The most successful team in Cricket World Cup history is out to shake off the shame of Sandpapergate

No expectations on the Proteas may just be what they need

Instead of chokers, the team are being tagged as dark horses at this year’s Cricket World Cup

Burundi court seizes assets of opposition figures

Government critics said the ruling made a mockery of Burundi's judiciary

Man City face further action over financial fairplay ‘breaches’

Government critics said the ruling made a mockery of Burundi's judiciary

Sudan army deploys as protesters keep pressure on Bashir: witnesses

Thousands of protesters in Sudan have urged the military to join calls calling for the resignation of leader Omar al-Bashir

Just one month in, optimism around CAR’s peace deal is fading

Armed groups in the CAR believe that a new peace deal has granted them amnesty. But that’s not what the deal actually says

Burundi names Gitega as new capital

The new choice was once the capital of the Burundian monarchy and the opposition accuse President Nkurunziza of attempting a symbolic restoration

ICC boss ‘confident’ of corruption-free cricket World Cup

The 2019 World Cup is due to take place in England and Wales from May to July

The first woman NDPP: Shamila Batohi is the new NPA boss

The president announced Batohi’s appointment on Tuesday

CAR’s Colonel ‘Rambo’ to face war crimes charges in The Hague

A militia leader from the Central African Republic has been extradited to the International Criminal Court in The Hague

Côte d’Ivoire ex-president opens freedom bid at ICC

Laurent Gbagbo will ask the International Criminal Court to acquit him of crimes against humanity and free him after seven years in detention

Bolton’s ICC attack is same old US stance

The national security adviser’s jingoism has also reduced the space to discuss what global justice should be

ICC ‘undeterred’ after US sanctions threat

​The International Criminal Court says its work will continue 'undeterred' after Washington threatened to prosecute its judges

US threatens to arrest ICC judges who probe war crimes

The US is prepared to slap financial sanctions and criminal charges on officials of the court, says National Security Adviser John Bolton

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