COURT IN THE DOCKET
Key facts about the International Criminal Court, which has faced criticism from major powers and defections from a string of African nations unhappy with its record.
Headquarters: The Hague, Netherlands Field offices:
Kinshasa, Congo Bangui, Central African Republic Bunia, Democratic Republic of Congo Nairobi, Kenya Kampala, Uganda Abidjan, Ivory Coast Employment: Over 800 staff members from more than 100 countries Official languages: English, French, Arabic, Chinese, Russian and Spanish Budget (2016): $146 million
Member states: 124
Total cases since 2002: 23