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After Kenyatta Setback, ICC Struggles to Move Ahead

The International Criminal Court was created to pursue some of the world's most heinous crimes in places unable to deliver justice. No perpetrator is too powerful to face charges at the Hague-based tribunal. Or that was the idea.  But the collapse of the case against Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta and other setbacks are fueling a debate about the ICC's effectiveness and relevancy.     A victory for the International Criminal Court. Earlier this month,...

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