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Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

Ntaganda takes the stand in his own defence at the ICC

BY Susan Kendi / ON 23 June 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

Burundi : Persistence of serious human rights violations in a climate of widespread fear

BY Susan Kendi / ON 20 June 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

President Uhuru Kenyatta urged to act on the rise of uninvestigated extra-judicial killings

BY Susan Kendi / ON 20 June 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

Acholi chief reveals his role in peace talks efforts between LRA and Museveni

BY Susan Kendi / ON 16 June 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

Ntaganda case: ICC Appeals Chamber confirms the Court’s jurisdiction over two war crimes counts

BY Journalists for Justice / ON 15 June 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

ICC Prosecutor calls for the immediate arrest and surrender of the suspects, Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi and Al-Tuhamy Mohamed Khaled to the Court

BY Journalists for Justice / ON 15 June 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

Bensouda: Olive branch of peace is barren without the trunk of blind justice

BY Journalists for Justice / ON 13 June 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

Ntaganda defense off to a rocky start as lawyers reel Rwanda, Uganda into trial

BY Susan Kendi / ON 13 June 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

How LRA fighters lived with and fought alongside South Sudanese soldiers

BY Journalists for Justice / ON 23 May 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

BY Journalists for Justice / ON 11 May 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

Thousands of post-election violence rapists went scot-free in Kenya

BY Editor / ON 02 May 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

How victims brought a cruel dictator to justice

BY Journalists for Justice / ON 02 May 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

Judge Trendafilova heads new international court as it holds first public session

BY Journalists for Justice / ON 12 May 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

New challenges for ICC on the horizon from the North as African threats to withdraw recede

BY Journalists for Justice / ON 22 March 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

How attack on Pajule IDP camp was planned, by ICC witness

BY Journalists for Justice / ON 13 March 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

Fear and loathing at Dominic Ongwen’s ICC trial

BY A map of the Barlonyo massacre / ON 08 March 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

South Africa revokes notice to withdraw from the ICC

BY Journalists for Justice / ON 09 March 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

You failed us on truth report, violence victims tell Uhuru Kenyatta

BY Journalists for Justice / ON 01 March 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

Revealed: How prosecutors fought to protect witnesses in Kenyatta case

BY JFJustice / ON 07 April 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

There is no way Kenya was going to take the AU chair

BY Ambassador Amina Mohammed / ON 02 February 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

Bensouda challenges UN security council to end impasse on Darfur

BY Journalists for Justice / ON 09 January 2017

Ongwen still my boss, my friend and my brother – witness tells court

My baby girl dodged three abortions and an adoption

BY Journalists for Justice / ON 12 August 2016

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