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DRC: Thorny issue of reparations for Lubanga’s victims | IRIN Africa

LONDON, 10 April 2012 (IRIN) – Motorcycles, school fees, counselling, cash: Thomas Lubanga’s `kadogo’ (child soldiers) know what reparations they want from the International Criminal Court (ICC). Less clear is what a cash-strapped tribunal can offer damaged children taken from their families and forced to fight in a brutal ethnic conflict in northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

For more on this story, visit: IRIN Africa | DRC: Thorny issue of reparations for Lubanga’s victims | DRC | Aid Policy | Conflict.

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