Gambia doesn't want to be a part of the International Criminal Court any more, so it's withdrawing from the organization.
Gambia's information minister said the court was persecuting people of color and called it an "International Caucasian Court."
Gambia has been trying to use the court to punish the European Union for the deaths of African migrants trying to enter Europe.
The court can only pursue cases in the 124 countries that ratified its existence, and 34 of those countries are African.
The court has looked into cases in the Middle East, Asia and South America.
The United States never ratified the court, so it is not a member.