DR Congo Child Soldiers - Court Sets U.S.$10 Million Compensation
International Criminal Court judges have set rebel leader Thomas Lubanga's financial liability for reparations for war crimes at U.S.$ 10 million. Lubanga was convicted in March 2012 of conscripting and enlisting children and using them in armed conflict in Congo's Ituri district during 2002 and 2003. For background information, see the BBC's feature.
Congo-Kinshasa: Hague Judges Award Massive Reparations in Lubanga Case
Lubanga Trial Website, 15 December 2017
Today, International Criminal Court (ICC) judges issued a decision setting the amount of Thomas Lubanga's financial liability for reparations to victims of his crimes at US$ 10… Read more »
Thomas Lubanga Dyilo court for his sentencing hearing on July 10.
Deutsche Welle, 15 December 2017
The International Criminal Court has awarded compensation to child soldiers recruited by a convicted Congolese warlord. Rights groups hope the decision sends a message to those who… Read more »
Lubanga Trial Website, 23 March 2017
The below article is from our partner at Radio Canal Révélation, a radio station based in Bunia, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The article was produced as part… Read more »