The New York Times, 9 March 2010
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9 mars 2010
"The International Criminal Court
on Monday unveiled the design for its new headquarters, a sprawling campus of six buildings on the outskirts of The Hague. The Dutch government has donated the land, the former site of military barracks, and the member countries of the court are to share the estimated $125 million cost. The world's first permanent criminal court is expected to move from its current buildings in 2015. A Danish firm, Schmidt, Hammer, Lassen, one of three finalists, won the design competition, which had drawn 171 entries from around the world."