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Improving victim participation in the Ongwen case: lessons from Lubanga

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Countering the anti-ICC agenda in Africa

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Between hope and skepticism: Congolese await the trial of Ntaganda

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Lubanga: First ICC convict pleads for early release

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Judges to re-examine Kenya cooperation – what role for the ASP?

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Ghana: Time to prosecute atrocity crimes at home

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Benin: Adopt ICC law to prosecute grave crimes at home

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Ntaganda trial opening pushed to September

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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 & conscripting children under 15 and using them in hostilities. Sentenced to 14 years imprisonment. Reparations proceedings started on 7 Aug 2012.
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Democratic Republic of Congo

The conflict in the DRC is one of the world's deadliest since World War II. The ICC's first ever investigation opened in 2004 and has focused on the leaders of several armed militia and rebel groups suspected of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
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ICC abandons idea of holding Ntaganda trial in Congo; Opening statements scheduled for July 7

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New DRC law criminalizes ICC crimes, strengthens cooperation with Court

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Africa and the ICC: Moving the narrative forward

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#GlobalJusticeWeekly - ICC suspect Al-Bashir flees South Africa

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What just happened with Al-Bashir in South Africa?

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#GlobalJusticeWeekly - African Union: Bolster progress towards justice

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Côte d'Ivoire: "We need more justice"

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#GlobalJusticeWeekly - Nigeria accused of war crimes | DRC votes for ICC law

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#GlobalJusticeWeekly - Simone Gbagbo ICC case admissible

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Kenya: Answers needed in Eldoret

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