Africa

Kenya Votes to Withdraw from ICCi
X
September 06, 2013 2:15 AM
Kenya’s parliament has voted to withdraw from the International Criminal Court. The decision comes just before trials at the court of the country’s president and deputy president. If Kenya does leave the ICC, it could have far-reaching consequences, as Henry Ridgwell reports from London.

Kenya Votes to Withdraw from ICC

Published September 05, 2013

Kenya’s parliament has voted to withdraw from the International Criminal Court. The decision comes just before trials at the court of the country’s president and deputy president. If Kenya does leave the ICC, it could have far-reaching consequences, as Henry Ridgwell reports from London.


You May Like

AU Takes Action on Boko Haram, Defers on S. Sudan

African Union is moving forward with a request for a military force to stop the spread of Boko Haram insurgency in West Africa; Ban Ki-moon welcomes decision to form a five-nation force More

Mass Protests Held for 58 Killed in Pakistani Shi'ite Mosque Bombing

Thousands of Shi'ite Muslims took to the streets across Pakistan Saturday to protest a powerful bomb blast at a mosque in Sindh province during Friday prayers, killing dozens of people More

Williams Wins Australian Open with Straight-Set Victory over Sharapova

The win is Serena Williams' sixth in Australia, and her 19th overall Grand Slam title More