Dominic Ongwen is set to face the International Criminal Court on multiple counts of crimes against humanity.
Hammer week: UN judges find Bemba, Karadzic guilty, but three big African war criminals still at large
Uganda rebel chief Kony, Rwanda genocide mastermind Kabugo, and Sudan’s president Bashir continue to elude international justice
Buhari seen to be on right track in battle against Nigeria’s Boko Haram, and Uganda’s LRA rebels are almost finished
Boko Haram has pledged allegiance to Islamic State, but there’s “limited evidence” they are actively cooperating. It’s a marriage of convenience.
The 'hippo trench' across Africa: US military quietly builds giant security belt in middle of continent
The US is rolling out logistical infrastructure from West to East Africa, tracing the zone of volatility on the southern fringes of the Sahara
Surrender puts the LRA in the most vulnerable position, leaving its leader Joseph Kony are the only major target.
Strangely, rebel leader Kony named his favourite son Salim Saleh, after the brother of Uganda president Museveni- his number one foe.