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Arthur Robinson, former leader of Trinidad and Tobago, dies at 87

Mr. Robinson strongly voiced support for what became the International Criminal Court.
Mr. Robinson strongly voiced support for what became the International Criminal Court. Associated Press/file 1991

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WASHINGTON — Arthur N.R. Robinson, a political leader in the Caribbean island nation of Trinidad and Tobago who survived a bloody coup attempt while prime minister in 1990 and was a force in the creation of the International Criminal Court, died April 9 in the capital of Port-of-Spain. He was 87.

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