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Bill Oketch
7 Sep 07
Kampala officials say final decision on court to be taken after consultations with rebel victims.
Samuel Okiror
7 Sep 07
Minister condemns allegations that government troops as well as rebels are culpable for violence in northern Uganda’s bitter conflict.
Samuel Okiror
5 Sep 07
Official negotiators say it is far too early for northern Uganda’s rebels to be asking for a role in government.
Samuel Okiror
4 Sep 07
But court insists traditional justice not suitable for LRA commanders.
Katy Glassborow
4 Sep 07
Darfur victims say environmental crimes should feature in indictments against Sudanese officials.
David Rupiny
4 Sep 07
Local activists argue that justice will not be served if only one man is prosecuted for the bloodbath in eastern Congo.
Samuel Okiror
31 Aug 07
Kampala dismisses as unreasonable LRA cash request for consultations.
Julius Ocen
29 Aug 07
LRA accuses ICC of being faint-hearted for not charging heads of states over human rights abuses.
Samuel Okiror
28 Aug 07
Ugandan lawyers will deal specifically with ICC arrest warrants.
IWPR
28 Aug 07
But he faces almost insuperable difficulties in assessing whether the LRA is operating alongside CAR rebels.

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