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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
27 Sep 07
Politicians say they have a useful role to play in furthering the difficult peace process between the Ugandan government and the northern rebels.
Henry Wasswa
25 Sep 07
Local warlord is accused of attacking Hutu civilians as well as paramilitaries.
Samuel Okiror
25 Sep 07
Worst floods in 35 years sweep region already devastated by two decades of civil war.
Lisa Clifford
25 Sep 07
But legal experts see the courts as the best hope for dealing with impunity in DRC, despite their failings.
Samuel Okiror
25 Sep 07
Amnesty says deal between Museveni and Kabila will push rebels into Sudan, which refuses to cooperate with ICC.
Julius Ocen
21 Sep 07
Uganda’s rebel movement threatens renewed conflict war if a threat to invade its wilderness headquarters materialises.
Goodluck Musinguzi
17 Sep 07
Large numbers of refugees are fleeing to Uganda to escape ongoing violence involving the Kampala government army and local militias in North Kiva.
Bill Oketch
11 Sep 07
Washington concerned continued LRA presence in eastern DRC could destabilise region.
IWPR staff
10 Sep 07
ICC watchdog body says IWPR provides invaluable insights for its 2,500 members who closely follow work of the court.
International Justice
7 Sep 07
Preparations well underway for special report featuring views of Darfur victims on the conflict and the ICC.

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