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Court Developments in Relation to Other Countries
The Court has opened investigations in the following situations: the Democratic Republic of Congo, Northern Uganda, Darfur (Sudan), Central African Republic, Libya, Kenya, Côte d'Ivoire and Mali.

The Office of the Prosecutor (OTP) is also analyzing information about a number of countries around the world to determine whether to open new investigations.

According to public and official statements, the OTP has made public that it is examining at least eight situations on four continents, including Afghanistan, Colombia, the Comoros Referral,Georgia, Guinea, Honduras, Iraq, Nigeria, South Korea, and Ukraine.

To date the OTP has published the conclusions of its preliminary examination into alleged crimes committed in Palestine, Iraq,Venezuela and South Korea.Following its conclusion in 2006, the preliminary examination in Iraq was re-opened in May 2014 after the OTP received new evidence.
Government and Inter-governmental Documents
Author Date and Title
EU Council
23 July 2012
Conclusions du Conseil sur le Mali/Sahel
EU
12 Apr 2011
Council of the European Union Press Release - 3082nd Council meeting
Council of the EU
01 Oct 2009
Declaration by the Presidency on behalf of the European Union on Kenya
Côte d'Ivoire
11 Oct 2003
Déclaration de reconnaissance de la compétence de la CPI
EU Parliament
22 Oct 2009
European Parliament Resolution on Guinea
Mali
13 July 2012
Letter of referral by the government of Mali
Côte d'Ivoire
04 May 2011
Lettre du Président Ouattara à l’attention du Procureur de la CPI
Letters
Author Date and Title
John Dugard, William Schabas and other professors of International Law
07 Aug 2012
LETTER RE: PALESTINE’S DECLARATION UNDER ARTICLE 12(3) OF THE ROME STATUTE
NGO Letters, Papers, Reports, and Statements
Author Date and Title
FIDH
02 Dec 2014
Afghanistan : human rights must be the priority for the new government and international community
International Crisis Group
21 Nov 2014
Nigeria’s Dangerous 2015 Elections: Limiting the Violence
José Miguel Vivanco and Max Schoening, Human Rights Watch
12 Nov 2014
Colombia’s Compromise With Murder
AMICC
11 Nov 2014
Prosecutor's Statements on Israel and Palestine
Gunal Kursun, Human Rights Agenda Association
10 Nov 2014
Israel’s Pyrrhic victory at ICC
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Human Rights Watch
27 Oct 2014
‘Those Terrible Weeks in Their Camp’: Boko Haram Violence against Women and Girls in Northeast Nigeria
FIDH
18 Aug 2014
Ukraine : The Forgotten Victims