On Friday, the International Criminal Court (ICC) announced that five countries, including South Africa, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Comoros, and Djibouti, have requested an investigation into the bombings carried out by Israel in the Gaza Strip. The ICC’s chief prosecutor, Karim Khan, emphasized that under the Rome Statute, member states can request an investigation into potential crimes committed within the court’s jurisdiction.
Khan also noted that his office is already leading an investigation into events in the Palestinian territories since June 2014 that could constitute possible war crimes. He stated that his office will continue to collaborate with relevant actors to advance the investigation and is willing to work with all parties to ensure justice for those affected by potential crimes outlined in the Rome Statute.
The mission of the ICC is to investigate whether individuals have committed crimes of genocide, war, and crimes against humanity in countries such as Palestine. The authorities of the Gaza Strip, controlled by Hamas, reported a death toll of 12,000 and more than 30,000 injured in attacks by the Israel Defense Forces. However, there are some unrelated pieces of information present in this article which are not related to news about ICC and situation in Gaza like posture correction and sleep improvement products for various companies like Google Play Nintendo Apple Roblox Amazon Bangla keyboard profile which don’t seem relevant to this topic at all.