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19:39
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ICC: High Demand For Prosthetic Limbs In Northern Uganda victim 1 1

The International Criminal court ICC has said that there is high demand for prosthetic limbs in northern Uganda following an end to insurgency.
10:31
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Defense: Ongwen Using Detention For Personal Development team 1 2 Top story

His lead lawyer, Crispus Ayena Odongo describes the former warlord as a fast learner, saying he has used his time in custody to learn English and is now pursuing music. According to Ayena, Ogwen can now comfortably communicate with his defense team in English without any interpreter, which shows his learning capacity.
18:51
18:51

ICC: There is No Evidence Vincent Otti is Dead court 1

Media reports indicate that Otti was killed by Kony for allegedly spying for the Government. Isaac Okwir, who works for the Justice and Reconciliation project, asked why court has delayed to confirm Ottis death yet some people who returned from the bush claim to have witnessed the brutal killing.
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ICC: Attacks Mean We Are on the Right Track to Justice court 1

He says since other countries are trying to withdraw, they are building momentum and calling on other party states to stand up.
20:15
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Six New LRA Victims Assistance Programs in Offing scott bartell 1 1

Scott says the Fund which has since disbursed 8.75 Million Euros approximately 39 Billion shillings since 2008 in Northern Uganda, currently disburse an average of 1.2 million Euros about 5.3 Billion shillings annually.
18:48
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ICC Asks Uganda to Build Capacity of Prosecuting War Crimes william byaruhanga 1 2

Mirjam Blaak Sow, Ugandas Ambassador in Brussels says that the States should try as much as possible to have most of the core crimes tried in their countries instead of letting the ICC to intervene, because national justice cannot be achieved through an International Court.
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DRC Warlord Jean Pierre Bemba Acquitted of War Crimes dresser-rand group 1 Top story

Bemba had been convicted by trial chamber III of the International Criminal Court in 2016 and sentenced to 18 years in prison. He had been found guilty of a devastating campaign of rape, murder and torture in the Central African Republic.
15:00
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Ongwen's Legal Team to Present Defense in August sinia brigade 1 1

Ongwens legal team is comprised of 11 lawyers led by Charles Krispus Ayena Odongo. The others are Prudence Achirokop, Phillip Adonga, Roy Emmanuel Elao and Thomas Obo. Others who are both consultants and case managers are Tarsis Balarana Rwanda, Michael Browse Canada, Lyon Beck and Chief Tracker Charles USA and Abigail from Cameroon.
15:30
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LRA Attacks, Abductions Declining - Report dominic ongwen 1

The Lords Resistance Army LRA rebel attacks on civilians in Central African Republic CAR and neighbouring countries are on a decline, the LRA Crisis Tracker reveals. Brigadier Richard Karemire, the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces UPDF spokesperson, says that the decline in abductions and attacks shows that the LRA is no more. He says thats why the UPDF started withdrawing from CAR, adding that they have neutralised the rebel capacity to make war.
09:00
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Museveni, Magufuli Condemn ICC Decision On Burundi human rights watch 1 3

he two Presidents who have been meeting in Uganda said the ICC decision is likely divert them from peace making.
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Ongwen Trial Resumes at The Hague 1

The trial of former Lords Resistance Army LRA commander Dominic Ongwen has resumed at the International Criminal Court this morning. The trial before Presiding Judge Bertram Schmitt and judges Peter Kovacs and Raul Cano Pangalangan was adjourned on April 5th for more than three weeks of recess. Today, the judges are hearing accounts of an unidentified female witness describing her life in LRA captivity.
16:52
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Uganda Not Withdrawing from ICC-Attorney General 1 1

He was presenting before parliament, a statement on the status of Ugandas membership to The Hague based court following fears that Uganda was likely to end its relationship with the court, in the wake of withdrawals by South Africa, Burundi and The Gambia.
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ICC Seeks More Donors to the Victim's Trust Fund 1 2

The Trust Fund for Victims has mainly been funded by European countries with only four countries in Africa making direct contributions.
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Kutesa Explains Uganda's Stand on ICC minister sam kutesa 1

Uganda will withdraw from the International Criminal Court ICC after the authorisation of the African Court of Justice, foreign affairs minister Sam Kutesa has said.
18:10
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Uganda Fronts Justice Bbosa for ICC Job uganda media centre

Uganda has started promoting the candidature of Justice Solome Balungi Bossa for a post at The Hague based International Criminal Court ICC ahead of the courts elections slated for December 2017. The move appears to contradict President Musevenis position on the role of ICC. In May last year, after being sworn in for a fifth presidential term, Museveni described ICC as a useless institution and rallied other African leaders to withdraw from the Rome Statute.
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Ongwen's Lawyer to Cross-examine Prosecution Witness jim muwhezi

Legal representatives of the 4,109 victims; Paulina Massida and Franciso Cox examined the witness about the consequences of the LRA activities on victims. Prof. Allen highlighted the emotional traumas coupled with high mortality in IDP camps because of HIV and other diseases.
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ICC Suspends Live Screening of Ongwen's Trial jim muwhezi

Maria Kamara Mabinty, the ICC Field Outreach Coordinator for Kenya and Uganda revealed that due to interruption of the live broadcast which was experienced during the two day pre-trial in December last year, they have decided to change the approach to something more sustainable.
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Evidence of Otti's Death Still Unconvincing - ICC 1 1

News of Ottis death surfaced in early October, 2007. It is alleged that the LRA boss, Joseph Kony ordered Ottis execution in the jungles of Garamba forest in the Democratic Republic of Congo-DRC following disagreements on the peace process.
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Ongwen's 'Wives' Among Prosecution Witnesses lra war crimes 1 Top story

ICC Senior Trial Lawyer Benjamin Gumpert told the Judges that seven of the victims who will testify in the Court as witnesses are women raped by Ongwen. The lawyer says Ongwen forced them to be his wives and produced children with them against their will.
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