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Burundi parliament overwhelmingly votes to leave International Criminal Court

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Burundi's parliament voted overwhelmingly on Wednesday in favor of withdrawing from the International Criminal Court, amid a deepening row over political violence in the East African country.
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