Lawyers deny accused was responsible for rebel group’s crimes in eastern Congo.
Several monuments built to commemorate lives lost in the 20-year rebel war in northern Uganda are lacking much needed records of events and those who died.
Experts say criminal trials alone will not be enough to heal wounds of 2007-08 violence.
Former forest dwellers in east of the country unable to revive traditional way of life.
Experts call for a comprehensive witness protection programme as High Court takes on its first war crimes trial of alleged former Lord’s Resistance Army commander.
Police insist they will continue looking into alleged abuses despite concerns about lack of capacity and political will.
With Kenyan and now Ivory Coast suspects charged, some commentators see international court as deterrent to political violence.
Global Voices: Africa
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