The International Criminal Court (ICC) website can be viewed in French or English, and it should be noted that it is not part of the United Nations system. The "About the Court" link on the left hand side of the page is especially useful to provide the history of the founding of the court, as well as the purpose behind its founding. On the homepage are News and Highlights, as well as links to streaming video of the proceedings in two different courtrooms, in French or English and with a 30-minute delay. On the left hand side of the page is a link to "Legal texts and tools", which includes the Official Journal of the ICC. The Journal contains the governing statute, which is the "Rome Statute", as well as "Rules of Procedure and Evidence" and the "Elements of Crimes". The Legal Tools comprise an impressive 25,000 documents and legal commentaries, 13 collections and databases, and four reference tools, all on international criminal law and justice. The "Recruitment" link on the left hand side of the page should interest any visitors looking for a unique job or internship opportunity in the area of international criminal law.
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