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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.
14:07
14:07

Ongwen Trial Resumes at The Hague 1

The trial of former Lords Resistance Army LRA commander Dominic Ongwen has resumed at the International Criminal Court this morning. The trial before Presiding Judge Bertram Schmitt and judges Peter Kovacs and Raul Cano Pangalangan was adjourned on April 5th for more than three weeks of recess. Today, the judges are hearing accounts of an unidentified female witness describing her life in LRA captivity.
13:32
13:32

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

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.
17:09
17:09

Trial Chamber Seeks First Ever ICC Trial On African Soil rome statute 1 3

Fadi El Abdallah says pursuant to rule 100 of the court\'s �Rules of Procedure and Evidence\', the International Criminal Court may decide to sit in a State other than the host State, for such period or periods as may be required, to hear the case in whole or in part, where the Court considers that it would be in the interests of justice.
13:00
13:00

Civil Society Demands Observer Status in Dominic Ongwen Trial 1 2

They say their presence during the trial at The Hague-based Court will facilitate deeper understanding, interpretation and smooth flow of up-to-date information on the proceedings to the people affected by the LRA rebellion.
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