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Tribunals - Undertaking trials for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes

Africa in the dock at the ICC
The International Criminal Court  has launched investigations in eight African countries. Here are details of the main indictments issued by the ICC, the world's first permanent international war crimes court. - Democratic Republic of Congo - The ICC sentenced Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga in 2012 to 14 years in prison for conscripting children into his rebel army in 2002-2003, the court's first ever verdict. It upheld the decision on appeal in December 2014. Ex-militia leader…
by AFP
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