Victims Need a Greater Say At ICC

[HRW] Many people in Lukodi, in northern Uganda, were killed and abducted by the brutal rebel group, the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) in 2004. Today, a former LRA commander, Dominic Ongwen, is on trial for these crimes and others at the International C…

[HRW] Many people in Lukodi, in northern Uganda, were killed and abducted by the brutal rebel group, the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) in 2004. Today, a former LRA commander, Dominic Ongwen, is on trial for these crimes and others at the International Criminal Court (ICC). Community leaders in Lukodi, concerned that victims' views wouldn't be fairly represented during the trial, helped people in the community choose their own lawyers to represent them at the ICC. But initially, the ICC didn't grant the lawyers fi

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Court of Justice Comes up With Strategic Plan

[Daily News] Arusha -THE East African Court of Justice (EACJ) has come up with a strategic plan at the end of a meeting in Entebbe, Uganda. Reports made available here say that EACJ President, Justice Dr Emmanuel Ugirashebuja, has commended participant…

[Daily News] Arusha -THE East African Court of Justice (EACJ) has come up with a strategic plan at the end of a meeting in Entebbe, Uganda. Reports made available here say that EACJ President, Justice Dr Emmanuel Ugirashebuja, has commended participants for their efforts to ensure the court's strategic plan was developed.

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NRM’s Akello Takes Kaabong Seat

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The National Resistance Movement (NRM) candidate Rose-Lilly Akello has been declared the winner of the Kaabong Woman Member of Parliament seat.

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The National Resistance Movement (NRM) candidate Rose-Lilly Akello has been declared the winner of the Kaabong Woman Member of Parliament seat.

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Uganda Judicial Officers Strike Into Day Three, Kabafunzaki Case Delayed

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The Judicial Officers strike entered day two as accused persons who are on bail turned up in court Monday, but the clerks in the registry infomed them that they did not have any instrutions to extend their bail, leaving…

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The Judicial Officers strike entered day two as accused persons who are on bail turned up in court Monday, but the clerks in the registry infomed them that they did not have any instrutions to extend their bail, leaving them with an option of not coming back to court.

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Onyango Warns Egypt Are More Than Mo Salah

[Monitor] Kampala -Mohamed Salah arrives in the country with a special gift for former Cranes skipper Ibrahim Sekagya’s son when the Egyptians touch down at Entebbe Airport this afternoon.

[Monitor] Kampala -Mohamed Salah arrives in the country with a special gift for former Cranes skipper Ibrahim Sekagya's son when the Egyptians touch down at Entebbe Airport this afternoon.

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Works On Bududa Water Project Resumes

[Monitor] Bududa -The construction of the Shs20b Bududa-Nabweya Gravity Water Flow Scheme that had stalled in 2013 due to political interference and community resistance, has finally resumed.

[Monitor] Bududa -The construction of the Shs20b Bududa-Nabweya Gravity Water Flow Scheme that had stalled in 2013 due to political interference and community resistance, has finally resumed.

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Football Body Warns Against Fake Tickets for Egypt Match

[Monitor] Kampala -The ticket farce that marred the Uganda Cranes’ Afcon deciding match against Comoros at Namboole Stadium last year is still vivid in many a Ugandan football fan two days to the Egypt World Cup qualifying clash.

[Monitor] Kampala -The ticket farce that marred the Uganda Cranes' Afcon deciding match against Comoros at Namboole Stadium last year is still vivid in many a Ugandan football fan two days to the Egypt World Cup qualifying clash.

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Wasswa, Ntege in Line for Roles Against Egypt

[Monitor] Kampala -As the Cranes played the North Eastern select side in the regional tour in Bukedea on Saturday, Cranes coach Moses Basena set out to mainly test the physical state of his foreign based players ahead of Thursday’s pivotal 2018 World C…

[Monitor] Kampala -As the Cranes played the North Eastern select side in the regional tour in Bukedea on Saturday, Cranes coach Moses Basena set out to mainly test the physical state of his foreign based players ahead of Thursday's pivotal 2018 World Cup qualifier against Egypt.

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Ojangole, Javier Dismissals Cloud Khc Swans, Simba Victories

[Monitor] Kampala -Even a 3-1 win over Weatherhead, in the women’s National Hockey League (NHL) on Sunday, could not save Faustine Ojangole’s job as Kampala Hockey Club (KHC) Swans coach.

[Monitor] Kampala -Even a 3-1 win over Weatherhead, in the women's National Hockey League (NHL) on Sunday, could not save Faustine Ojangole's job as Kampala Hockey Club (KHC) Swans coach.

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Baby Found Suckling from Dead Mother

[Monitor] Kampala -A-one -year-old baby girl was last Friday found suckling the breasts of her dead mother Irene Lanyero, who is suspected to have been killed by her jilted husband.

[Monitor] Kampala -A-one -year-old baby girl was last Friday found suckling the breasts of her dead mother Irene Lanyero, who is suspected to have been killed by her jilted husband.

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