International court accused bias against Africans
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The International Criminal Court has suffered a major setback after judges asked the prosecutor's office to review its case against former Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo. They argue that there is not enough evidence to go ahead with a trial. The decision comes as the international court, based in the Hague, has come under criticism for targeting only Africans. International relations professor David Chuter discussed the issue.