The latest ratifications by Burundi, Liberia and Guyana have enlarged membership of the International Criminal Court (ICC) to 97 countries. After being ravaged by war since 1989, Liberia's ratification has huge symbolic value. However, the Burundi ratification has raised some pressing issues. The site of almost-daily massacres for the last eleven years, the country has already been discreetly earmarked for investigations by prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo. His staff is looking into the slaughter of at least 152 Banyamulenge refugees at the Gatumba camp on 13 August 2004.