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12 years on, Uganda’s International Crimes Division has little to show
While the International Criminal Court hears this week the closing arguments in the trial of former Ugandan LRA rebel Dominic Ongwen, the trial of LRA Thomas Kwoyelo is announced to resume today in Uganda, following years of frustrated progress. Since its establishment twelve years ago, the International Crimes Division of the Ugandan judiciary has not yet passed a single judgement on individuals charged with war crimes.
by Grace Matsiko, our correspondant in Kampala
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