Uganda's International Crimes Division Struggling

It has been 10 years since Uganda set up its International Crimes Division. The ICD is a court meant to try cases involving war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide, all of which have allegedly happened on Ugandan soil during the past 30 years. However, the effectiveness of this court to provide justice is still under question. Uganda's International Crimes Division was created after peace talks to end the 20-year war between the government and the rebel Lord's Resistance Army. The ICD was designed to complement the International Criminal Court...


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Published By: VOA Africa - Wednesday, 16 May

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