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At a debate on "independence" in Africa during the second edition of the New York Forum Africa 2013 in Libreville, Gabon, the Rwandan minister for foreign affairs, Louise Mushikiwabo, called into question the role of the International Criminal Court. The chief prosecutor of the ICC, Fatou Bensouda, tried to defend the judicial institution that she directs.

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Female circumcision and Ugandan politics

Zimbabwe: Tsvangirai to take Mugabe to court over GPA abuse

Rwanda: Hotel Rwanda hero accused of supporting rebellion

Homophobia: The violence of intolerance

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Uganda court says dowry for brides is legal

NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund Wins Injunction in Post-Katrina Housing Discrimination Case

Algeria: A disturbing trial of Christians over Islamic Ramadan fast

2 more Kenyans charged with al-Shabab Uganda blasts

Rape in Mecca: Algerians seethe with anger

Western Sahara: Morocco to be sent to court by injured Spanish activists

Uganda’s sedition law scrapped

More charged with Uganda bombings

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