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The inner workings of the International Criminal Court

The Palestinian president has asked to join the International Criminal Court in hopes of finding some legal defense against attacks made on his people by Israel.

The request was denied, but it's likely the ICC wouldn't have been able to help Palestine even if it wasn't.

Jurisdiction of the ICC depends on nations willingness to accept it, and it's not likely Israel would have approved its own investigation.

This video briefly explains exactly how the ICC works, and what its powers are.
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