Congo’s M23 Rebel Group Split Over Plan to Arrest Ntaganda

 

(Bloomberg) – The ICC accused General Bosco Ntaganda of “murder, attacks against civilians, rape and sexual slavery, and pillage” in Congo’s Kivu provinces in 2002 and 2003. The ethnic-Tutsi rebel leader also faces ICC charges for using child soldiers in a separate conflict in eastern Congo’s Ituri region.

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