Incoming ICC prosecutor says leaders should resist blackmail

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The incumbent chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court has said that some countries are still being blackmailed by suspected war criminals.

Fatou Bensouda, originally from The Gambia, said world leaders should resist pressure from suspects that threatened to kill people unless arrest warrants against them were dropped.

Karen Allen spoke with Mrs Bensouda in Cape Town.

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