Tag Archives: Lord’s Resistance Army

ICC to decide if LRA commander Ongwen to face trial

Key pre-trial hearing for Ugandan rebel leader accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity opens in The Hague.

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More charges for LRA commander Ongwen?

In this post from the International Justice Monitor, Wairagala Wakabi reports from a hearing on the Dominic Ongwen case, during which prosecutors discussed their ongoing investigations and the possibility that new charges could be brought against the former militia commander.

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Dominic Ongwen and the slow-grinding wheels of the International Criminal Court

He may not be a household name, but Dominic Ongwen’s eventual trial at the ICC may highlight the long-forgotten victims of the conflict in Uganda and beyond involving the Lord’s Resistance Army, says Luke Moffet in this guest post from openGlobalRights.

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Hope for Ugandan victims as justice catches up with ICC fugitive Ongwen

Ugandan militia leader Dominic Ongwen’s surrender and transfer to the International Criminal Court (ICC) gives hope to victims of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) and sends a message to ICC fugitives that justice will eventually catch up with them.

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Ongwen: First Lord’s Resistance Army trial at the ICC?

2015 has begun with a bang for the International Criminal Court (ICC). Just days after Palestine’s accession to the Rome Statute came the news that ICC fugitive Dominic Ongwen, a major general in the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), surrendered to … Continue reading

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