Preliminary examination

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Opinion: Why the ICC must investigate UK crimes in Iraq

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Israel-Palestine: 50 years and counting | 15 years of impunity in CAR

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#GlobalJustice Weekly - Calls for faster Afghan probe | Zambia: stay with the ICC

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Civil society talks: ICC a last resort for justice in Burundi?

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GlobalJustice Weekly: NATO airstrike kills 30 civilians in Afghanistan

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Guinea

Guinea is a signatory to the Rome Statute and deposited its instruments of ratification on 14 July 2003. In 2009, the ICC prosecutor opened a preliminary examination into political violence that occurred in Guinea in 2009.
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Republic of Korea

At the end of the Korean War, the Peninsula was divided into two separate states, but the countries remain formally at war. Occasional confrontations occur, ICC opened a preliminary examination into war crimes allegedly committed in South Korea in 2010.
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Palestine

In January 2015, Palestine acceded to the Rome Statute and gave the ICC prosecutor jurisdiction over alleged crimes committed in the context of the Israel-Palestine conflict, in Gaza and East Jerusalem
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Ukraine

With Ukraine’s declarations in 2014 and 2015, the ICC prosecutor gained limited jurisdiction to open a preliminary examination into alleged RS crimes in the context of civilian demonstrations from Nov 2013 to Feb 2014 and other events from Feb 2014 onward
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#GlobalJustice Weekly - Georgia probe on horizon? | Botswana backs ICC

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#GlobalJusticeWeekly - Prosecutor opens preliminary examination in Palestine

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ICC examining alleged UK crimes in Iraq – what does it mean?

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Civil society urges Honduras to investigate crimes now under ICC preliminary examination

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