"Congo-Kinshasa former vice president Jean-Pierre Bemba requires 720 million in damages from the International criminal court ICC. Bemba was acquitted in may of last year for charges of murder, rape and looting committed by his private army in the central African republic in 2002-2003."
"Bemba claiming damages for the illegitimate pre-trial detention, legal costs and the loss of personal assets – including seven aircraft, three villas in Portugal and two boats."
"the International criminal court was established in 2002 as a tribunal for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. The claim of 720 million equivalent to almost half of the court's annual budget. The international criminal court has not previously paid damages."