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Prosecutor can appeal ICC decision blocking Afghan investigation

Reuters Tuesday, 17 September 2019
The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court was granted permission on Tuesday to appeal a ruling by judges that blocked an investigation into alleged war crimes in Afghanistan, a case that has put the court on a collision course with the Trump administration.
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