ICC Sentences Militant to Nine Years for Timbuktu AttacksBy
ICC delivers first verdict for attacks on heritage sites
Malian militant directed attacks on centuries-old buildings
An Islamist militant who led the destruction of historic monuments in the Malian city of Timbuktu in 2012 was sentenced to nine years imprisonment in an unprecedented ruling by the International Criminal Court.
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