On May 19, 2004, the United States introduced a Resolution to the United Nations Security Council for a third year in a row, requesting it to exempt from the International Criminal Court (ICC) all current and former troops and personnel from non-International Criminal Court member states, like the United States, who serve on United Nations' missions.
"Was The United States Justified In Renewing Resolution 1487 In Light Of The Abu Ghraib Prisoner Abuse Scandal?,"
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