ICC undeterred by John Bolton's threats

The ICC is reiterating its commitment to what it describes as its independent and impartial mandate that is backed by 123 countries.

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    The International Criminal Court says it will continue to do its job undeterred.

    The court was responding to threats of sanctions from the US National Security Adviser John Bolton, should the tribunal investigates US military activities in Afghanistan.

    However, the lack cooperation from states stands in the way of the justice that the court can realistically deliver to victims of war crimes and genocide.

    Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from The Hague.


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