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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.
13:17
13:17

Trust Fund For Victims Extends Assistance in Northern Uganda scott bartell 1

Pieter W. I. de Baan, the Executive Director of the Trust Fund for Victims says the six organizations will receive a minimum grant of 50,000 Euros approximately 212 Million shillings to continue implementing assistance programme for physical rehabilitation, psychological rehabilitation as well as material support for victims of the conflict.
06:57
06:57

Ongwen Trial: 15 Community Leaders To Visit ICC lra 1

A second delegation of 10 religious and cultural leaders from Acholi sub region will once again visit the seat of the International Criminal Court ICC in the Hague this year. They are expected to interact with former Lords Resistance Army LRA warlord Dominic Ongwen, a native of Amuru district who standing trial at the Court for 70 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
14:41
14:41

ICC Expands Screening of Ongwen Trial in Northern Uganda 1 1

The International Criminal Court is expanding the public screening of the ongoing trial of Dominic Ongwen, former commander of the Lords Resistance Army LRA, to 23 communities in Northern Uganda.
07:14
07:14

Ongwen's ICC Trial Resumes Today 1 Top story

At least 4,107 victims have been admitted to participate in the case. 2,605 of these are represented by Joseph Akwenyu Manoba and Francisco Cox, the representative of the victims. The remaining 1,502 victims are represented by Paolina Massidda, the common legal representative of Victims.
17:46
17:46

Victims Ask ICC To Admit More Witnesses in Ongwen Trial 1 2

Seventy-year-old Ponancin Apiyo, a survivor of the 2004 LRA attack on Abok Camp, stood in a group of six elderly women to discuss what they saw in the live-stream of the trial of Dominic Ongwen. Asked what their immediate reaction was upon seeing the accused plead not guilty, sit in court smartly dressed in suit, the women said in chorus it saddened all of us and wish we could lay our hands on him.
11:46
11:46

ICC Defends Use of Government Evidence Against Ongwen 2

However, Gumpert says integrating the evidence collected by government doesnt make the court bias. He says the court only exploited the Complementarity provisions within the Rome Statute that established the International Criminal Court.
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10:00

Acholi Religious Leaders Want Asylum for Joseph Kony 3

Ochola says the African Union and United Nations statement on LRA’s safety will not work since asking Kony to surrender portrays LRA as a defeated force.
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