Trump tekent voor sancties tegen medewerkers International Strafhof Den Haag

President Trump heeft sancties gelast tegen mensen die voor het Internationaal Strafhof (ICC) in Den Haag werken aan onderzoek naar mogelijke oorlogsmisdaden die zijn gepleegd door Amerikaanse militairen in Afghanistan. Washington dreigde daar in 2018 al mee, maar maakt er nu werk van.
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