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Sierra Leonean human rights lawyer Alpha Sesay (in photo) has urged the International Criminal Court (ICC) to rethink its engagement with Africa as the Court celebrates 20 years

The past 11 years of devastating war led to the wanton destruction of the fabric of the Sierra Leonean society. Today, the unspeakable glimpses of people roaming around

Reports monitored in the international crime arena indicate that radar of the International Criminal Court (ICC) is being focused on Sierra Leone, this time, to handpick perpetrators of

The Ambassador and Deputy Permanent Representative of Sierra Leone to the United Nations, Allieu Ibrahim Kanu, who doubles as Executive Director of Sierra Leone Institute of International Law

When African leaders assemble in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea on June 30 for the African Union summit, they will discuss numerous challenges confronting the continent. No doubt economic and

As the International Criminal Court gears up to elect six judges and a new prosecutor, observers are warning that political rather than merit-based considerations could govern

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has opened an investigation into the Guinean military's brutal suppression of an anti-government protest. The Hague court says it is deciding whether the events