Judges at the International Criminal Court in The Hague have elected a new president for the court.
Sang-hyun Song of South Korea was chosen on Wednesday to replace outgoing Canadian Philippe Kirsch.
Fatoumata Dembele Diarra of Mali and Hans-Peter Kaul of Germany were elected as vice-presidents.
In a statement, the court said all three were elected by an absolute majority for a term of three years.
The court was set up in 2002 and has a bench of 18 judges. It is recognised by 108 countries.