Philippine delegate: waiting for instructions after Duterte's threat to quit ICC | Reuters

THE HAGUE The Philippines' delegate to the International Criminal Court's said he was waiting for further instructions from President Rodrigo Duterte on relations with the court after he threatened to leave the global war crimes tribunal earlier on Thursday. 'We await further instructions from the president on future relations with the ICC,' he said.

Reuters November 17, 2016 22:31:44 IST
Philippine delegate: waiting for instructions after Duterte's threat to quit ICC
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Philippine delegate waiting for instructions after Dutertes threat to quit ICC
 Reuters

THE HAGUE The Philippines' delegate to the International Criminal Court's said he was waiting for further instructions from President Rodrigo Duterte on relations with the court after he threatened to leave the global war crimes tribunal earlier on Thursday. "We await further instructions from the president on future relations with the ICC," he said.

(Reporting by Stephanie van den Berg; Writing by Thomas Escritt; Editing by Louise Ireland)

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