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18:05
18:05

Lawyers Abandon Ex-LRA Commander Thomas Kwoyelo lra rebels 1

Another scheduled confirmation hearing that was due to take place today flopped after lawyer Charles Dalton Opwonya informed the court that the defence team was not ready to proceed in the absence of their colleagues Caleb Alaka and Evans Ochieng. The two lawyers have reportedly missed the last three sessions without any communication.
20:27
20:27

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.
12:16
12:16

US Commends Uganda on Refugees unhcr

Secretary of State John Kerry says the United States will continue to assist Ugandas efforts to build peace and security within the region by supporting the African Union Mission in Somalia and helping to address the ongoing threat posed by the Lords Resistance Army.
17:06
17:06

Trial of Former LRA Commander Thomas Kwoyelo Postponed dominic ongwen 1

Muyita told URN, that although the court has enough money for the usual cases, it requires at least 400 million to try Kwoyelo under the International Crimes Division. During the trial, all judges under the International Criminal Division will be moved to Gulu for a period of not less than one month.
17:56
17:56

LRA's Kwoyelo Trial: State Attorneys Challenge Amnesty Act amnesty act 2000 Top story

However, the state argues that LRA commanders like Kwoyelo shouldn’t benefit from the act and that the law should be reviewed to curb impunity.
11:21
11:21

Uncertainity Looms Over LRA Defections lra rebels

There is still uncertainty over whether the Lord’s Resistance Army—LRA fighters in the Central African Republic—CAR are defecting. Chinese news agency, Xinhua, on Sunday quoted a statement from the United Nations indicating that over 1200 fighters in CAR had contacted the UN with a plan to disarm and defect from Bria, near the border with Sudan.
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