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What Awaits Ongwen on Judgment Day Dominic Ongwen 2 1

16 Years after Uganda referred the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) to the International Criminal Court (ICC) justice will finally be served as the ICC delivers judgment on Dominic Ongwen on 4th February.
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Returnees Still Far from Resettlement in Northern Uganda-New Study discrimination 2 1 Top story

According to the study, 55.7% of the people who spent between 1 to 3 years in captivity returned home but were never resettled. The study was conducted between August 2019 and July 2020 in Omoro, Pader, Amuru, Nwoya and Agago district in Acholi Sub Region, which suffered the brunt of the Insurgency.
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ICC Sets Date For Dominic Ongwen Judgement LRA 1 Top story

Ogwen whose trial started on December 6, 2016, is accused of 70 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity allegedly committed in Northern Uganda while with the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA).
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Closing Statements in Ongwen Trial Trigger War Memories in Gulu Gulu town 4 1 Top story

For four hours and thirty minutes, the Office of the ICC Prosecutor led by Senior Trial Lawyer, Benjamin Gumpert presented to the judges a wrap up of key issues that had already been presented during the course of 231 day trial that started on December 6, 2016.
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Judiciary: Africa Court Ruling Will Not Stop Kwoyelo's Trial accused 1

The judiciary has said the ongoing trial of Thomas Kwoyelo,a former commander of the Lords Resistance Army will continue despite a ruling from the African court.
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Ongwen's Defense: LRA War Creation of Government court 1

Fadi Abdallah, the ICC Spokesperson, however says they can only work on cases that are referred to them and not political statements and things that are not yet before court.
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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.
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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.
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Witness: Kony Indoctrinated Abductees court

According to Adek, although Kony didnt transform, his eyes would turn red and on many cases he would foretell especially danger. Adek says Kony warned his troops to vacate certain places and not to go there and all these things came to happen
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Ongwen's Defense: Gov't Put Civilians in Harm's Way people 1 Top story

According to Ayena, the camps became soft targets for LRA rebels who were looking for livelihood and weapons. After forcing people from their villages into concentrated camps were the LRA previously derived food and other necessity, the only gateway to such livelihood including food became attacking the military rings around the camps, Ayena said.
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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.
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Bashir Returns Home as EU Criticises Uganda war crimes 1

The European Union has criticised the visit of President Omar Al-Bashir to Uganda, a State party to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court ICC. The Sudanese leader yesterday concluded a two-day working visit to Uganda at the invitation of his counterpart, President Yoweri Museveni. Museveni and his guest looked at ease, holding talks in Entebbe State House and then visiting Musevenis farm in Gomba District, some 136kms outside Kampala
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ICC President Begins Uganda Visit war crimes 1 1

The judge will meet thousands of LRA victims now receiving assistance from the Trust Fund For Victims.The fund which is an independent arm of the International Criminal Court offers interim support to victims whose issues can not wait until reparations are ordered by court.
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Ongwen Denies War Crimes Charges lra war crimes 3 1

At the opening of his trial, Dominic Ongwen, the former Lords Resistance Army LRA commander has told judges at The Hague that he doesnt understand the charges being brought against him.
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4,000 LRA Victims to Participate in Ongwen Trial war crimes 1 1

Through their legal representatives, victims are accorded participation right to consult the record of the files, right to be notified of documents filed, general right to attend and participate in case hearings, make written submissions or observations and question witnesses. Trial Chambers might grant additional rights.
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DPP Calls for Shield Law for Rape Victims, Witnesses sexual violence 3 1

DPP Mike Chibita says victims of rape, defilement and child molestation should be able to testify in courts of law without being identified, seen or recognized. He says such a mechanism will boost public confidence in judicial processes and encourage more people to testify against perpetrators of sexual offenses.
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International Criminal Court Deserves Better-EU Ministers kony arrest warrant 1 Top story

A number of European Foreign Ministers say the International Criminal court has proven its effectiveness in effort to end impunity but it deserves to do better in future.
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No Traditional Justice on Crimes against Humanity, War Crimes - Court northern insurgency 2

The ruling follows a plea by local leaders in Northern Uganda and relatives to rebels in the Lord\'s Resistance Army who have been advocating for a traditional justice system instead of modern courts of law in the trial of the arrested LRA commanders.
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Ntaganda In Court on Tuesday bosco ntaganda

ICC says Ntaganda will appear before the pre-trial Chamber II to verify his identity and identify the language in which he is able to follow the proceedings. The 40 year old former army officer-turned rebel faces charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity in relation to his role in the conflicts in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
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