ICC Registrar explains his role

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ICC's new Registrar Herman von Hebel taking oath (April 18, 2013) [Photo: ICC]

The International Criminal court was created in 2002 to prosecute individuals for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.

There are currently eight cases before the ICC, as it is often called, all of them originating in Africa.

The Registrar, Herman Von Hebel, recently spoke to Gerry Adams about some of the controversies surrounding the ICC and its seemingly "top-heavy" number of African cases.

But first, she asked him to explain the role of the Registrar.

Duration: 4’54″

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