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By IndepthAfrica
In Alemayehu G. Mariam
Apr 7th, 2014
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by Alemayehu G. Mariam Justice delayed, again? In late January of this year, I wrote a commentary entitled, “Kenyatta at the ICC: Is Justice Deferred, Justice Denied?” In that commentary I openly expressed my angst over the endless delays, postponements and backpedalling talk about “false evidence” a...
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In Cote d'Ivoire
Mar 21st, 2014
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The decision taken Thursday by Côte d’Ivoire to send former militia leader Charles Blé Goudé, accused of crimes against humanity, to the International Criminal Court (ICC) is a key step towards justice for the victims of serious crimes following elections three years ago, said Amnesty International. ...
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In DR Congo
Mar 7th, 2014
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The International Criminal Court has convicted a rebel leader of charges including murder and pillage during a deadly attack on a village in eastern Congo, but acquitted him of rape, sexual slavery and using child soldiers. Germain Katanga showed no emotion as judges convicted him as an accessory in ...
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In Article
Apr 4th, 2013
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by Katie Jessup Established in 2001, the International Criminal Court (ICC) is a permanent tribunal created to hold perpetrators of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes accountable for their actions. Located in The Hague, Netherlands, the ICC has led to the attempted prosecution of many h...
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In East Africa
Mar 27th, 2013
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(Reuters) – Kenya’s Supreme Court hears a petition on Wednesday challenging the victory by Uhuru Kenyatta in this month’s presidential election, a case that will test Kenyan democracy five years after a disputed vote ignited tribal violence. Peaceful voting on March 4 went a long way to restoring Ken...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Mar 25th, 2013
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opinion BOSCO NTAGANDA is now safely in the hands of the ICC, but his brief stay at the US Embassy and the hullabaloo it caused was a sound reminder that this world is full of unscrupulous and opportunistic people. First of all; Ntaganda voluntarily surrendered to the US Embassy and requested to be t...
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In Congo
Mar 22nd, 2013
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(Reuters) – A Congolese warlord who faces war crimes charges flew out of Rwanda on Friday after he had surrendered to the U.S. Embassy there this week, requesting that he be transferred to the International Criminal Court, a diplomatic source said. Asked whether Bosco Ntaganda had left, the dip...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Mar 21st, 2013
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  Thedailybeast For the past three days, Bosco Ntaganda, also known as “The Terminator,” has been holed up at the American embassy in Rwanda. One of Africa’s most wanted war criminals, Ntaganda was a leader of the M23 in eastern Congo, until he apparently lost control of the notorious rebel grou...
By IndepthAfrica
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Mar 21st, 2013
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by D.H. | NAIROBI,Economist BOSCO NTAGANDA’S career as one of Africa’s most-wanted war criminals ended in unlikely fashion when he walked into the American Embassy in Rwanda on March 18th. Embassy officials said he removed a disguise he had been wearing and asked to be transferred to the ...
By IndepthAfrica
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Mar 21st, 2013
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Killer King On March 18th 2013, Bosco Ntaganda walked into the American embassy in Kigali and requested to be delivered to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague. The ICC had  issued an international warrant against him in 2008 and for war crimes and crimes against humanity in 2003, whic...