war crime

The laws of war, also known as international humanitarian law, have long protected property against pillage during armed conflict.

First, the world witnessed the president of a sovereign state fleeing like a common criminal – surely not his preferred manner for leaving an African Union Summit. Second, while al-Bashir has once again escaped the ICC’s clutches for now, the South African government was forced to go to some uncomfortable lengths to make that happen

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