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Reporting from DR Congo, Kenya, Sudan, Uganda.

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Lisa Clifford
6 Dec 07
DRC jails so bad that ICC indictee said to have asked for transfer to The Hague to escape misery of his Kinshasa prison cell.
Daniel Ooko
28 Nov 07
Rebel divisions remain major stumbling block to peace in Darfur, raising fears of an escalation of violence.
Henry Wasswa
19 Nov 07
Some suggest LRA members touring north do not represent the rebel leadership.
14 Nov 07
Les analystes sont partagés quant au bien-fondé de la tenue d’une partie du procès de Lubanga sur le territoire congolais.
Bill Oketch
13 Nov 07
Rebels face anger of people who still bear physical and mental scars of their brutality.
12 Nov 07
IWPR report on Darfur gives victims of conflict a voice and sets scene for roundtable debate.
Joe Wacha
12 Nov 07
Second-in-command alive, but under house arrest, as LRA command appears to crumble.
Samuel Okiror
9 Nov 07
Speculation over demise of rebel commander comes as LRA begin talks with their victims.
Samuel Okiror
2 Nov 07
Reports suggested senior LRA commander had been killed after dispute with rebel chief.
Samuel Okiror
1 Nov 07
Rebels to hold landmark talks with Museveni in Kampala before heading off to discuss peace agreement with their victims.