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Source: http://www.worldstatesmen.org/International_Organizations.html#International%20Criminal located by Valentin Poposki, 22 August 2006
The International Criminal Court, a new judicial organ established to try war
criminals and other offenders, recently replied to an e-mail I sent regarding a
flag and seal.
Sean McKinniss, 17 March 2003
Thank you very much for visiting the website and for your suggestions.
The ICC will study and analyze proposals regarding logos and flags in the next future. This information will be posted on the website.
The source of the flag shown here does not attribute the source, does not it
as a flag, which it does with some of its entries for other entities. It is
slightly confusing, however, because it is in the same position for that entry
as the flags are for other entries.
It doesn't appear as a flag in any of the photographs of the most recent sessions of the Assembly of States Parties, covered on the International Criminal Court web site, where may be seen numerous photographs of the member states flags in the background - the usual sort of thing for international meetings. Neither does it appear as a free search using the term "flag" on their site, neither is it listed in the information contained within the 'press and media' section of their web site.
The status of this flag is considered uncertain.
Colin Dobson, 23 August 2006