Ugandan case will stretch war crimes court's resources

January 15, 2015 4:18 PM

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AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Prosecutors at the International Criminal Court will need extra funding to revive a long-dormant case against a Lord's Resistance Army commander who was arrested in Africa last week, sources said on Thursday.

Reopening the investigation into Dominic Ongwen, a one-time child recruit who rose through the ranks of the Ugandan rebel group that has a reputation for massacres and mutilations, will increase the burden on an already stretched prosecution service.

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