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"As a human rights activist, I do feel frustrated sometimes" says ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensouda
Three years into her nine-year tenure the prosecutor of the world's only permanent war crimes court is battling a growing caseload as she fights "to give victims a voice." This year Fatou Bensouda, a trained lawyer from Gambia, opened preliminary probes into alleged crimes in Palestine, broadened the scope of an initial inquiry in Ukraine, and has asked the ICC to open a formal investigation into the 2008 Russia-Georgia war. Now she is joining calls…
by Jo Biddle, AFP
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