"African court on human and peoples' rights accuses regime of killing peaceful demonstrators."
Africa has a 'high court?' So what good is it on a continent mired in wars, famine, disease, corruption - and a thriving slave trade - in plethora of failed states run by jihadists, marxists, and bloody dictators?
I think a hint about the court's impotence and irrelevance might be contained in the court's name, which offers a distinction without a difference.
But, we'll give 'em an "E" for effort.
Flashback: In 2002, a junior senator from the state of Illinois named Barack Obama "said that using military force to topple a murderous dictator amounted to a “dumb war” and should be opposed."