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Congolese ‘Terminator’ warlord gets harshest ever ICC sentence

An ICC spokesman confirmed it was the heaviest ever penalty handed down by the court, which was set up in 2002 to try the world's worst crimes

Paul Kagame: I asked America to kill Congo rebel leader with drone

Rwanda's president has denied backing accused Congolese warlord Bosco Ntaganda, saying his challenge to a senior US official proves his innocence.

The Hague ICC staffer investigated for sexual abuse

The crimes court has opened an investigation into allegations by four people who say they were subjected to sexual abuse by a court staff member.

Warlord Ntaganda seeks safety in The Netherlands

The seven-year pursuit of one of Africa's most wanted war criminals ended when he pulled up in a taxi at the United States embassy in Rwanda.

US trying to get Ntaganda to the Hague safely

The US is working towards giving Bosco Ntaganda, holed up in the country's embassy in Rwanda, safe passage to the International Criminal Court.

Rwanda washes hands of Bosco Ntaganda

Rwanda says it will not be responsible for DRC fugitive warlord Bosco Ntaganda's transfer to the International Criminal Court for war crimes.

Terminator’s mutineers wreak new havoc

General Bosco Ntaganda, the DRC deserter accused of recruiting child soldiers, has emptied towns across the Congo as villagers flee his brutal attacks

Gunning for Bosco

Human Rights Watch has released a video calling on DRC President Joseph Kabila to arrest General Bosco Ntaganda and send him to face war crime charges.

DRC’s Kabila calls for arrest of wanted warlord

The DRC's President Joseph Kabila has called for the arrest of ex-warlord Bosco Ntaganda, who has been serving the country despite ICC indictment.

Texas oilman is at it again — now with Zuma

When Nigerian-American businessman Kase Lawal courted Thabo Mbeki in an oil deal South Africa got screwed. Now he is cosying up to Jacob Zuma.

DRC fines, frees foreigners in gold probe

The Democratic Republic of Congo has freed two Americans, a Frenchman and two Nigerians accused of gold smuggling.

‘Terminator’ lives in luxury while peacekeepers look on

The casual sportsman in an oasis of luxury amid the poverty of Goma, in the DRC, is a man the United Nations would prefer did not exist at all.

Renegade DRC rebel leader forms ruling committee

A commander who claims to have overthrown Laurent Nkunda as rebel leader in eastern DRC has set up a ruling committee, his spokesperson says.

International court issues warrant for DRC militia chief

The International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant for a fourth militia leader from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), for recruiting child soldiers to fight in the country's devastating civil war, prosecutors said on Tuesday. Bosco Ntaganda was charged for his actions during the conflict in the eastern province of Ituri.

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Forty-three people were shot dead in the first six months of this year in the Western Cape’s intractable taxi violence, while close to 100 have been arrested and 40 are on court rolls in connection with the conflict

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