ICC seeking more states help to effect arrests
14 November 2012, 15:49
Hague - The Standard reports that, the International Criminal Court (ICC) has started pushing more countries to sign the Rome Statute and to renew cooperation that would see arrest warrants enforced.
Representatives of member states are meeting in The Hague on Wednesday for a review conference of ICC.
The talks will center on a plan of action towards achieving full universality of the statute, which created the court in July 2002 to try crimes of concern to the international community.
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