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Congolese troops at an army base in Goma, North Kivu. (Photo: Mélanie Gouby)
Stewart McCartney
20 Nov 13
Experts say action now needed on other insurgent groups still active in the east.
UN Security Council chamber in New York. Analysts warn that divisions within UN Security Council could prompt further efforts to end the trials of Kenya's president and deputy president. (Photo: Zack Lee/Flickr)
Robert Wanjala
18 Nov 13
But analysts warn that divisions within UN Security Council could prompt further efforts to end the trials.
Critics say proposed legislation on media and NGOs is a backlash against supporters of ICC cases. (Photo by Kate Holt/Internews Network)
Joseph Akwiri
15 Nov 13
Critics say proposed legislation on media and NGOs is backlash against supporters of ICC cases.
Masjid Musa, a Mombasa mosque at the centre of concerns about rising radicalisation. (Photo: Joseph Akwiri)
Joseph Akwiri
14 Nov 13
Expert warn that excessive force to uproot extremism could be counter-productive.
 ICC defendant Joshua Arap Sang. According to testimony heard this week, Sang's call-in programme was used to promote opposition party agenda. (Photo: ICC-Flickr)
J.J. Wangui
11 Nov 13
Testimony against deputy president describes weapons being assembled before polls.
Danielle Cohen Henriquez, Casper van Gemert
6 Nov 13
Experts say handling of Charles Taylor case has far-reaching implications.
Kenyan deputy president William Ruto on the first day of trial at the ICC. (Photo: ICC-CPI)
Robert Wanjala
1 Nov 13
ICC appeals judges ruled that deputy president must be present during trial.
J.J. Wangui
1 Nov 13
Call-in programme was used to promote opposition party agenda, according to testimony heard this week.
J.J. Wangui
31 Oct 13
As prosecution continues presenting evidence, defence points to inconsistencies in testimony.
Kenyan deputy president William Ruto on the first day of trial at the ICC. (Photo: ICC-CPI)
J.J. Wangui
25 Oct 13
ICC judges overturn June ruling allowing William Ruto to be absent from some proceedings.

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