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15:46
15:46

ICC Commences Search For New Chief Prosecutor 1

The new Prosecutor will be the third to Chief Prosecutor handle the situation of Uganda in which five Senior commanders of the Lord’s Resistance Army are indicted for war crimes, sexual and gender based crimes and crimes against humanity.
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.
14:29
14:29

Kony Used Dominic Ongwen as His Killing Instrument – Defense 1

Krispus Ayena Odongo, Dominic Ongwens lead counsel, who told the court that Ongwen became brutal after he was indoctrinated to believe that killing was the only strategy to stay or remain alive while in the LRA ranks.
16:56
16:56

121 Witnesses to Pin Dominic Ongwen in ICC Trial 1 3

Dahirou Sant-Anna, the ICC International Cooperation Adviser says seven of the witnesses were forced wives of Dominic Ongwen while others were drawn from contextual victims, expert witnesses, Uganda Peoples Defence Forces-UPDF personnel and former LRA insiders.
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.
13:32
13:32

Ongwen's Pre-trial Hearing In Uganda Faces Challenges 4 1

The International Criminal Court will need between 543 and 584 million shillings in flight tickets and daily subsistence allowance payments for court staff for the confirmation of charges hearing in Uganda.
14:47
14:47

Dominic Ongwen Could Face Sexual Crimes Charges 1 5

Prosecutors at the International Criminal Court ICC are in Northern Uganda conducting investigations that could see detained former LRA commander, Dominic Ongwen charged with fresh charges.
11:47
11:47

Darfur Victims "Failed" by International Community-ICC 1

According to the United Nations Multimedia site, Ms Bensouda told the UN Security Council last evening that March 2015 will mark ten years since the Security Council referred the situation in Darfur to the Court. But no tangible action has been taken to ensure that justice prevails for the Darfur victims.
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