U.S. allies largely shrug off Washington’s decision to cut aid over ICC dispute. PRAGUE, Czech Republic–The United States has decided to cut military aid to eight Central and Eastern European countries that have refused to sign a bilateral agreement granting U.S. troops immunity from prosecution. This clash over the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court […]
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