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Sudanese on the ICC

Opinions are divided in Sudan where politicians are facing charges brought by the ICC.

The International Criminal Court (ICC) was set up in 2002 to try those responsible for the most serious crimes in the world - such as genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.

So far, all 24 people facing charges - and the only person convicted - are from Africa, leading to accusations of bias. The African Union has said member countries should stop co-operating with the court.

So is Africa being unfairly targeted? We spoke to residents of Sudan, where politicians are facing charges brought by the ICC.

  • 29 Mar
  • From the section Africa