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Burundi's vote to withdraw from war crimes court stirs concern in The Hague

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Burundi's parliamentary vote last week to leave the International Criminal Court poses "a setback in the fight against impunity," the court's governing body said on Tuesday.
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