The DRC, previously known as Zaire, has never had a peaceful transition of power since it gained independence from Belgium in 1960
The group also documented "systematic sexual violence", rape and gang-rape as well as abductions of women and girls
The cost of environmental crime to developing countries is estimated to be more than $70 billion a year
Machar had initially refused to approve the deal on Tuesday, before finally agreeing to it after mediation by Khartoum.
'May the remains of our ancestors finally go home to Namibia in peace. May they return to the dust from which they came. May justice be done and faith...
Attacks have largely been concentrated in the Sinai Peninsula, but militants have also struck elsewhere across the country.
Mwilu's lead lawyer James Orengo, said the move against the judge was "an attack on the judiciary".
'By 2022, I want the UK to be the G7's number one investor in Africa, with Britain's private sector companies taking the lead'
The Sudanese minister said the opposition's refusal to sign spelled the end of the current Khartoum talks.
Prosecutors single out Ntaganda for allegedly leading a November 2002 attack on the gold mining town of Mongbwalu that lasted six days and left 200 villagers...
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