International Criminal Court (ICC) judges will deliver their verdict in the trial of five men suspected of interfering with witnesses in the trial of former Congolese vice president Jean Pierre Bemba on 19 October. Involving politicians and defense lawyers, it the first such case to come before the Court. From the International Justice Monitor.
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