“Mercenaries” War Crimes of Turkish Aggression against Libya wait a Step from the International Criminal Court

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Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court has been developed a lot during the recent years and put moving against countries which threaten humanity on its priorities. According to Rome Statute, these countries get out from the narrow classification of crimes against humanity such as genocides to classification of aggression and supporting organized killing attacks and genocides to be put within the legal system which gives the International Criminal Court the right to step forward to punish these countries. In the new amendment the aggression crime means planning, preparing, initiating or launching aggressive action by a person whose position allow him to control political or military work of a country and this aggressive action along with its features, danger and scope is a clear violation to the UN Charter.

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