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Germain Katanga

Le chef rebelle congolais Germain Katanga a été reconnu coupable par la CPI en mars 2014 de crimes de guerre et de crimes contre l’humanité lors d’une attaque contre le village de Bogoro en Ituri, dans l’est de la RDC. Condamné à 12 ans d’emprisonnement.
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Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi

Le rebelle islamiste Ahmad al-Mahdi a plaidé coupable à la CPI pour avoir dirigé intentionnellement des attaques contre des bâtiments à caractère religieux et historiques à Tombouctou, une ville protégée par l'UNESCO, au nord du Mali. Il a été condamné à
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Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi

Islamist rebel Ahmad al-Mahdi pled guilty at the ICC to intentionally directing attacks against historical monuments and buildings dedicated to religion in the UNESCO-protected city of Timbuktu, northern Mali. Sentenced to nine years' imprisonment
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Germain Katanga

Congolese rebel leader Germain Katanga was convicted by the ICC in March 2014 of war crimes and crimes against humanity during an attack against Bogoro village in Ituri in eastern DRC. Sentenced to 12 year imprisonment.
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Jean-Pierre Bemba (Bemba I)

Former Congolese vice-president and militia leader Jean-Pierre Bemba was convicted by the ICC in 2016 for war crimes and crimes against humanity in the Central African Republic. Sentenced to 18 years’ imprisonment. Reparations pending.
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Thomas Lubanga Dyilo

In the first ICC trial, DRC rebel Thomas Lubanga was convicted in March 2012 of the war crimes of enlisting and conscripting children under 15 and using them in hostilities. Confirmed upon appeal. Sentenced to 14 years imprisonment. Reparations pending.