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URGENT REFORMS NEEDED TO CLOSE CONGO IMPUNITY GAP, SAYS HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH
Impunity still rules in the Democratic Republic of Congo, especially in the east, where rebel groups -- and also the Congolese army -- have killed, looted and raped. The government has apparently made some effort to bring justice for victims. As well as referring a few individuals to the International Criminal Court, there have been about 30 war crimes cases tried before military courts in the country. One such case is the Minova rape trial.…
by Julia Crawford, JusticeInfo.Net
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