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14:10
14:10

Kwoyelo Denies Three Counts of War Crimes 1 2

Kwoyelo was on Monday formally charged by the International Crimes Division of the High Court for 93 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity he is alleged to have committed during the conflict in Northern Uganda.
15:59
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LRA Attacks Reported in DRC food 1

In September 20th, in Gongolo, Haut Uele, a group of 6 LRA entered the village of Gongolo and looted houses and a medical dispensary. They abducted a young boy before fleeing according to witnesses.
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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.
11:56
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Thomas Kwoyelo's Trial Starts On Monday gulu high court 1

Kwoyelo will tomorrow Monday September 24th, 2018 appear before a panel of three Judges of the International Crimes Division to answer 93 charges against him that were confirmed at a pretrial stage by Justice Susan Okalany on August, 30th ,2018.
07:56
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Uganda is Incapable of Trying Kwoyelo- Lawyer icd 1 4

A scheduled confirmation hearing that was scheduled to take place on June 11th, 2018 flopped after Kwoyelos lawyer, Charles Dalton Opwonya informed court that the defense team wasnt ready to proceed in the absence of their colleagues, Caleb Alaka and Evans Ochieng.
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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.
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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.
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UPDF Troops Accused Of Rape, Sexual Exploitation In CAR lra rebels 1 Top story

A contingent of the Ugandan army returning from Central African Republic CAR are being accused of having sexually exploited or abused at least 13 women and girls since 2015. A report by Human Rights Watch HRW says at least one rape was registered. In a statement issued by its Nairobi office, HRW says it interviewed 13 women and 3 girls early this year.
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Slow Court Process Worries LRA's Thomas Kwoyelo dominic ongwen 1

He faces 12 Confirmed counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity and 53 alternative charges for crimes allegedly committed during the insurgency in northern Uganda. They include willful killing, kidnap with intent to murder and destruction of property among others.
13:45
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Ongwen's Defence Counsel Doubts Prosecution Witness ugandan government

The defence lawyer in the trial of former Lords Resistance Army LRA rebel commander Dominic Ongwen has branded the second prosecution witness as not the right one. Witness P-403, a member of the Office of the Prosecutor OTP staffing, appeared during cross-examination to explain how Ugandas security agencies intercepted LRA radio communications.
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Second Prosecution Witness Testifies in Ongwen Trial uganda police

Using quasi name P-403, the witness who is a staff member of the Office of the Prosecutor OTP explained how Ugandas security agencies intercepted radio communications between different leaders of the LRA.
17:19
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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.
12:22
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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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ICC Applauds Uganda for Her ‘Constructive Cooperation' sinia brigade

The International Criminal Court ICC has commended Uganda for her constructive and positive cooperation in the wake of trial of Dominic Ongwen, former Lords Resistance Army LRA commander.
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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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ICC Judges Yet to Confirm Vincent Otti's Death okot odhiambo 1 1

The International Criminal Court said it is yet to confirm the death of former rebel Lords Resistance Army LRA Deputy Chief, Vincent Otti whose killing was allegedly ordered by Joseph Kony in early October, 2007. Maria Mabinty Kamara, the Field Outreach Coordinator for the ICC in Kenya and Uganda, says Ottis death remains a doubt until final forensic confirmations by the Judges at the ICC.
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Ongwen trial hearing starts January 21 icc trial

The International Criminal Court ICC says the confirmation of charges hearing in the case involving former commander of the Lords Resistance Army LRA Dominic Ongwen shall run for six days.
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ICC To Release Documents On Ongwen Case From 2005 dominic ongwen

In a ruling made this afternoon, the court decided to make public documents relating to the case of Dominic Ongwen. The documents 21 in total, are a revelation of arrest warrants and requests for arrest of rebels made to three governments; Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo and Sudan.
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Irene Gleeson Foundation Seeks UGX 4Bn From Local Funding lra war victims 1

The Irene Gleeson Foundation (IGF) is seeking 4 billion shillings from local funding to support its various projects. IGF is a charity that was established by Irene Gleeson to help children and victims of the war in northern Uganda.
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