The Foreign Secretary has said he is "appalled" by Russia and China's decision to veto a bid by the U.N. Security Council to refer the Syrian Civil War to the International Criminal Court.
William Hague has called for the two countries to justify the move, saying they must explain "why they are continuing to shield those responsible for the most horrific atrocities from justice."
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