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16:59
16:59

Apaa Land Activist Granted Bail 1

Court in Gulu district on Friday afternoon granted bail to John Bosco Uhuru, the Social Media activist arrested in connection with the Apaa Land violence demonstration held in Gulu Town early this week.
18:45
18:45

Motion On Defects on Charges Against Dominic Ongwen Gains ICC Support 1

The motion filed by the Defense of Dominic Ongwen on February 1St implicates the Prosecution and Trial Chamber II of the Court for irregularly confirming 70 charges and Six modes of liability of war crimes, crimes against humanity and sexual crimes against Dominic Ongwen.
16:56
16:56

ICC Endorses Further Support to LRA Victims 1

On Monday, a panel of three judges of the International Criminal Court approved the implementation of the six projects saying their execution will have no bearing on the ongoing trial of former LRA Commander Dominic Ongwen. It is unclear how much the projects will cost the Trust Funds for Victims to implement.
20:26
20:26

Defense Asks ICC to Acquit Dominic Ongwen 1

Krispus Ayena Odongo, Ongwens lead lawyer says they are demanding the dismissal of the case due to several defects emanating from the confirmation of charges.
18:41
18:41

Dominic Ongwen Trial: Suffers Two Weeks Of Delays 1

Maria Mabinty Kamara, the Head of ICC Uganda Field Outreach office says the judges of Trial Chamber IX made the adjustment on Friday. She said the conditions under which the judges adjusted the court calendar have not been made public.
20:18
20:18

DRC Pre-Election Violence Worries ICC Prosecutor

The warning follows an announcement by The Independent National Electoral Commission CENI on Thursday that it was unable to organize the vote on time, and that the poll would now take place around seven days later. The country should have gone to presidential, Parliamentary and Provincial polls on Sunday December 23rd.
18:49
18:49

ICC Prosecution Team in Uganda to Unpack Ongwen's Defense 6 1

Prosecution trial lawyer Adesola Adeboyejo says they are critically following the evidence already shared by the twelve defense witnesses who testified between October 1 and November 23. She says of deep interests to prosecution is the evidence of the first Defense witness Rwot Yusuf Adek Okwonga.
10:47
10:47

Ongwen Trial Condemns LRA Victims In West Nile To The Periphery of Justice 1 3

Solomy Awidi, a Transitional Lawyer at Refugee Law Project, says the victims shared their frustration with the trials during a documentation exercise to trace the various perspectives of communities affected by the conflict in the greater Northern Uganda held in Dzaipi and Arinyapi sub counties in Adjumani district last week.
18:00
18:00

LRA Victims Seek Collective Compensation from ICC 1 3

The court has so far ordered 10 Million US dollar reparations award to victims in the case of former Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga. Lubanga is challenging the amount describing it as excessive adding that the eligibility of several victims to receive the reparations are also questionable.
15:58
15:58

Dominic Ongwen Trial; Spiritualist to Testify on LRA Powers 1 Top story

The spiritualist who is also a subsistence farmer has been registered as witness D26-0112 among the witnesses of Dominic Ongwen to be called by the defense. He is going to defend Dominic Ongwen, the first former Lords Resistance Army commander to stand trial at The Hague based court as his special witness in a group of 72 witnesses.
18:14
18:14

66 Witnesses Lined up to Defend Dominic Ongwen 1

The witnesses have been drawn from a pool of 82 people initially lined up to testify in favour of their client at the court. The figure is just three people short of the 69 witnesses that prosecution called against Dominic Ongwen.
17:42
17:42

Ongwen Trial Overshadows Kwoyelo's Domestic Prosecution 1

To address the confusion, Amooti says Uganda Law Society has developed a project to sensitize victims about their rights before the international crimes division of the high court and how they can access information in the court.
15:40
15:40

31 Former LRA Abductees Testify Against Dominic Ongwen 1

The abductees served directly under Ongwens command while some were under subordinates he directly supervised while serving commander of the Sinia brigade.
12:39
12:39

ICC Trial Screening Comforts Ongwen's Relatives 1 6

Morrish Komakech, the Focal Point person of the ICC Field Outreach in Coorom village, says the perception of Ongwens relatives towards his trial has changed after understanding his rights as an accused person before the court.
09:48
09:48

Court Abruptly Adjourns Ongwen's Trial 1

Thomas Obhof, one of Ongwens defense lawyers, asked Witness P-142 on Tuesday about the ranks held by Kenneth Banya, Sam Kolo, Onen Kamdullu alias Kabule and Odongo Acellam while LRA and whether they were free after leaving the rebel group.
08:49
08:49

Witness: Ongwen Distributed Abducted Girls to LRA Fighters 1

The Witness said he served as an intelligence officer in the Sinia Brigade that Dominic Ongwen commanded. He said the brigade had an estimated strength of 250 to 300 male fighters and 130 to 150 abducted women and girls, some as young as 14 years old.
07:31
07:31

Ongwen Trial: Suspension of Livestream Leaves Victims In Dilemma 1

Christine Adokorach is the Executive Director of Rural Women Action to Participate and Decide RAWPAD, a charity organisation based in West Nile. She is afraid that with the field outreach office based in Kampala, many victims in northern Uganda will continue missing vital information the live stream could have provided.
13:10
13:10

War Victims Relive Stories of Suffering as ICC President Visits Gulu 1

War victims in northern Uganda relived their harrowing experiences at the hands of the Lords Resistance Army LRA rebels while meeting the president of the International Criminal Court ICC Silvia Fernndez de Gumerndi.
13:10
13:10

Former Night Commuter Turned Photo Journalist 1 6

Anthony Akol, the Executive Director Charity for Peace Foundation, says many of the children became the seeds of street kids and criminality in Gulu Town because they were never properly reintegrated.
11:13
11:13

Ongwen's Opening Trial To Last Three Days 3

The opening statement expected to last three days will be followed by a judicial recess lasting till 2017 thereafter full trial will commence on January 16th.
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