VATICAN CITY (AFP) - An international group for victims of sexual abuse by priests said Tuesday they were suing Pope Benedict XVI through the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity. The Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP) said it had filed a complaint calling on the ICC to take action and prosecute the Pope for direct and superior responsibility for the crimes against humanity of rape and other sexual violence committed around the world. In a statement, SNAP said members from Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands and the US had travelled to The Hague to urge prosecutors to investigate the head of the Roman Catholic Church.