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07:28
07:28

Ongwen to Serve 25-Year Jail Sentence in Norway-ICC Dominic Ongwen 1 Top story

According to a statement issued by the ICC, the Presidency of the ICC on November 9 this year designated Norway as the State of enforcement for the sentence of imprisonment of Ongwen, according to article 103 of the Rome Statute.
12:51
12:51

Gov’t to Probe Allegations of LRA Funding, Sex Slave Trade by ICC Official 1

The State Minister for Foreign Affairs Henry Okello Oryem says the revelation has exposed the truth about LRA's alleged Western sponsors, even though when the government made it clear in the past, no one cared to listen.
08:09
08:09

Former ICC Employee Accused of Funding LRA Leader Kony 1 Top story

“Between December 2006 and October 2007, Inder allegedly transferred funds to the LRA on at least six occasions. According to direct witnesses, between 40,000 USD (about 136 million shillings) to 60,000 USD (204 million shillings) was transferred each time through Western Union and picked up by LRA commanders in Juba,” Frivet’s statement reads in Part.
13:42
13:42

Lukodi Massacre Monument Relocated Over Land Row 1 4

Wilfred Lalobo, the Lukodi Survivors and Victims' Association Chairperson says they had faced immense pressure from a school and landlord on which both the monument and a mini museum sit to relocate the memorial site.
08:41
08:41

Family of Former LRA Commander Vincent Otti Seeks Gov`t Support 5 2

Leonard Komakech, Otti's surviving son and eldest child, stated on behalf of the family that his father deserves recognition for his tireless efforts in achieving peace and ending hostilities between the government and LRA.
19:38
19:38

Acholi Clerics Welcome Dominic Ongwen's 25 Year Sentence 1 2

Anglican Bishop Emeritus Nelson Onono Onweng, the Chairperson of the Acholi clerics under the Acholi Religious Leaders Peace Initiative (ARLPI) said that they are happy by the ICC`s judgement and termed it as ‘’considerate’’.
18:02
18:02

Dominic Ongwen's Judgement Pushed to February 2021

The court was set to pronounce its judgement on the 12th January 2021 but a Monday 30th November 2020 press release indicates that the judgement will now take place on the 4th February 2021.
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