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Reporting from DR Congo, Kenya, Sudan, Uganda.

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Chris Ochowun
29 Aug 06
Civilians forced into refugee camps by the rebel LRA group are divided on whether prosecution or amnesty is the better option.
Stephanie Nieuwoudt
21 Aug 06
Genocide trial of former Rwandan minister poses questions about women’s capacity for violence in conflict situations.
Katy Glassborow
18 Aug 06
Judge Navanethem Pillay is the subject of the second in our series of monthly profiles of prominent Africans working at the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
18 Aug 06
Chief prosecutor warns that lack of protection discourages people from taking part in ICC investigations.
Katy Glassborow
15 Aug 06
Indictment against senior rebel figure included ordering pillaging and attacks against civilians.
Katy Glassborow
14 Aug 06
In upcoming trial of Congo warlord, victims will for the first time have a more active involvement in proceedings.
Matthew Green
10 Aug 06
LRA commander issues remarkable apology to northern Ugandans for crimes his forces committed against them.
IWPR
8 Aug 06
Even if Ugandan rebels operating in southern Sudan agree to stop fighting, the region is likely to suffer more raiding by renegade militias and bandits.
Trevor Grundy
2 Aug 06
Can Benjamin Mkapa succeed where so many other African leaders have failed? A friend and colleague of the former Tanzanian president from the days when they were both young journalists assesses his chances.
Stephanie Nieuwoudt
2 Aug 06
At a cost of over a billion dollars, some say the tribunal to try ringleaders of the Rwandan genocide is too expensive and has dragged on for too long.

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