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The gift Willy Mutunga should have given Kenyans before his retirement

By Kioko wa Kivandi For years now Kenya has been holding discussions about the formation of a special division within the High Court with a local judicial mandate over crimes similar to the ones that were committed following the disputed 2007 presidential elections results. The division, which has since come to be known as the International and Organised Crimes Division ...

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Bensouda warns Burundi

The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) Fatou Bensouda has warned that she will open investigations in Burundi if the ongoing pre-election violence in the country reaches a threshold that is worth ICC intervention. In a statement released on Friday May 8, Bensouda reminded Burundi that being a state party to the Rome Statute, her office has an obligation ...

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