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Andrew Simmons


Andrew Simmons, a senior Africa correspondent, has more than 20 years of experience in high-profile television news, and is an experienced war correspondent.

He has covered Chechnya, the Bosnian conflict and the first Gulf War, during which he spent more than one week in captivity in Basra. More recently, he reported on the revolution in Egypt and the war in Libya. His laurels include two Royal Television Society (RTS) awards. 

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<p>The International Criminal Court&rsquo;s Prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo announced before leaving Kenya on Saturday that he had a &ldquo;strong case&rdquo; against key suspects in the violence that followed the 2007 Presidential elections.</p>

Last Modified: 7 Nov 2009 16:57

<p>The path of post-election justice may be rocky, but the ICC&rsquo;s involvement now brings hope to millions of Kenyans. There is undoubtedly a big majority who implicitly distrust their police and judiciary.</p>

Last Modified: 5 Nov 2009 21:58