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Reporting from DR Congo, Kenya, Sudan, Uganda.

IWPR is at the forefront of media interventions in situations of human suffering and mass abuses around the world. It gives a voice to the vulnerable and delivers crucial analysis on conflict and impunity to both a local and global audience. As the leading news agency reporting on international justice and human rights, IWPR makes an important contribution to the value and effectiveness of local judicial mechanisms as well as international legal institutions such as the International Criminal Court (ICC).

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Samuel Okiror
12 Oct 07
Officials say they won’t call on ICC to lift indictments against rebels until they’ve met key conditions.
IWPR staff
12 Oct 07
ICC press association and the UN’s ReliefWeb commend IWPR’s intern programme and reporting output.
IWPR staff
12 Oct 07
New Arabic translations of ICC stories aimed at Sudanese media and final preparations for Darfur conference.
Patrick Okino
9 Oct 07
Many existing IDP camps are inaccessible because roads have either been swept away or are under water.
Henry Wasswa
8 Oct 07
Growing military clashes between Uganda and DRC over oil threaten to turn into a full-blown war.
IWPR
8 Oct 07
On-off negotiations between the government and the LRA might take years to conclude.
Bill Oketch
8 Oct 07
An IWPR journalist speaks of the misery the LRA inflicted on his family.
Julius Ocen
4 Oct 07
Former child soldiers speak of their experiences at the hands of the rebels.
David Rupiny
2 Oct 07
The sheer number of guns around contributes to continuing instability in the area where Uganda, Sudan and Congo meet.
Bill Oketch
28 Sep 07
As northern Uganda’s tenuous peace continues to hold, refugees are slowly returning to their villages.

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