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Lord’s Resistance Army commander Dominic Ongwen appears at the Hague court.
As the court asks for a bigger budget, it will need to consider where cost savings can be made.
Analysts say capture of senior Lord’s Resistance Army commander does not signal disintegration of rebel group.
Efforts to defeat feared group run into trouble as regional governments fail to address threat.
16 Jan 09
Security Council urged to reject president’s request for halt to Hague court’s investigations in his country.
28 Aug 07
But he faces almost insuperable difficulties in assessing whether the LRA is operating alongside CAR rebels.
6 Aug 07
As it begins investigating the CAR conflict, the ICC is facing calls to adopt a more even-handed approach.
1 Jun 07
Human rights groups welcome the move, but say the ICC should have filed similar charges in Uganda, Sudan and Congo.
23 Jun 06
President rallies church allies at controversial religious gathering.
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