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Philippines Officially Leaves the International Criminal Court

NYTimes.com Sunday, 17 March 2019 ()
The court has been investigating whether President Rodrigo Duterte committed crimes against humanity in the course of his drug crackdown.
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The Philippines is out of the International Criminal Court a year after deciding to leave.

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