After its peacekeeepers were killed in South Sudan and Mali, many Chinese citizens demanded revenge.
“Extrajudicial executions, arbitrary arrests and detention, torture, sexual violence, cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment, and enforced disappearances” continue in Burundi, says UN Commission of Enquiry.
Last Friday night, nine people were beheaded in a village in the Kenyan coastal county of Lamu, in the latest of a slew of attacks allegedly carried out by jihadist militants.
Sudan pays $40,000 a month to American lobbyist Squire Patton Boggs mainly to help make the case against sanctions.
The rest of the continent has so far remained largely immune from the contagion of international criminal justice sweeping West Africa.