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ICC

Abbreviation for:
immunocytochemistry
Indian childhood cirrhosis
infection control committee
intercalated cells
Integrated Child Credit  
Integrated Commissioning Consortium
interstitial cell of Cajal
intensive coronary care
internal conversion coefficient
intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma
invasive cervical carcinoma
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personnel before the International Criminal Court for prosecution.
This is under section 52 of the International Criminal Court Act 2001.
At a time of increasing globalization of economic, political, and unfortunately also criminal activities, the United States refuses to participate in the creation of an International Criminal Court or to assume responsibility for its own greenhouse gas emissions, the highest in the world.
While the United States certainly has been an advocate of the International Criminal Court concept as a useful tool to help maintain basic standards of human decency in this increasingly globalized world, surely it had also envisioned a Court which would operate within the control of the Security Council and subject to similar constraints on its powers as were the ad hoc tribunals.
These and other issues suggest that the Left should not get uncritically excited about the International Criminal Court in and of itself.
The International Criminal Court is a permanent Nuremberg tribunal.
The International Criminal Court treaty was approved in Rome by 120 nations in July 1998 after voices were raised to punish perpetrators of atrocities in regional conflicts in former Yugoslavia and other areas.
More moderate critics still caution that an international criminal court might actually undermine the cause of justice by making tyrants and war criminals less likely to resign from office than in the past, when they could first ensure their own immunity.
In July, 1998, 160 nations decided to establish a permanent International Criminal Court to try individuals for the most serious offences of global concern such as war crimes, genocide and crimes against humanity.
As it is, only Britain, among the five permanent members of the UN Security Council has shown itself willing to support an independent international criminal court.
Also in 1998, as a member of the US Delegation to the Rome Conference on the Establishment of an International Criminal Court (ICC), he was involved in the drafting of the provisions on crimes, including war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Addis Ababa, July 14 (SUNA)- The Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, denied that he has given any negative comment on the International Criminal Court (ICC) and its relation with Sudan during the recent participation of the President of the Republic, Field Marshal Omer Al-Bashir, at the African Summit in South Africa.

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