Kenya's President Kenyatta is summoned to world criminal court: Will he go?

Kenyatta has so far avoided the ignominy of a trip to the International Criminal Court, where he is indicted for crimes against humanity. But if he skips out on an Oct. 8 meeting at The Hague, he may face an arrest warrant and pariah status.  

By , Correspondent

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A summons by the International Criminal Court to Kenya President Uhuru Kenyatta is forcing a standoff between the symbol of international justice – and the prerogatives of a sitting president whose decision on compliance could damage his country's foreign relations.