Voting against Jammeh on Thursday was a rare show of defiance against a leader who human rights groups say routinely crushes dissent.
The International Criminal Court is facing an unprecedented challenge to its credibility and legitimacy.
The human rights organisation has pleaded with government not to "abandon its role as a champion of human rights and justice".
The mass departures championed by the court's critics are unlikely to materialise, after no legally binding decision was made.
Charles Ble Goude is in some ways similar to South Africa's Julius Malema--combative, popular and a love for luxury.
ANC says international court not fit for purpose with some powers 'using it for their own agendas'.
“Al-Bashir is a fugitive from justice,” said Amnesty International’s Netsanet Belay.
'Africa's Hillary Clinton' or just a ruthless killer? Defiant to the last, former Ivorian First Lady gets 20 years
Fervently Christian but pitiless by reputation, Simone Gbagbo divides opinion like no other.
A year ago Cote d'Ivoire Ouattara's shirt was on fire. Now he is sitting pretty, and the region breathing easier
The country goes into an election year that will define its future--and have a major influence on neighbours.
Kenya's leader leaves Africa's Big Men at sea over ICC. Plus Boko Haram beheadings, deadly virus in Uganda, and bisexual turn in Cape Town murder case
By temporarily relinquishing power, Uhuru denies ICC a full presidential scalp. African leaders might not give him warm embraces next time, though.