LRA victims script slide.001.jpeg
       
     
 Nearby the village of Coo-Rom, two young girls, relatives of Dominic Dominic Ongwen’s nieces carry back to the family compound jerricans of water, collected in a nearby water pump.  Dominic Ongwen's relatives lived in 2 nearby and different homesteads (composed of 12 huts in one and 5 in the other). They approximately amount to 35 people.  Dominic Ongwen is born nearby, in 1975. He is the ex-commander of the Sinia Brigade of the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), a guerrilla group that formerly operated in northern Uganda. As the head of one of the four LRA brigades, Ongwen was a member of the "Control Altar" of the LRA that directs military strategy. He is currently detained by the International Criminal Court (ICC) and has been awaiting trial. Proceedings commenced 6 December 2016.
       
     
14- LRA NL0351.jpg
       
     
4- LRA NL0108.jpg
       
     
6- LRA NL0183.jpg
       
     
8- LRA NL0237.jpg
       
     
19 - LRA NL0432.jpg
       
     
10- LRA NL0279.jpg
       
     
13- LRA NL0332.jpg
       
     
22- DSC_2302.jpg
       
     
31- _NOY0948.jpg
       
     
23- _NOY0858.jpg
       
     
28- _NOY1192.jpg
       
     
35- _NOY1038.jpg
       
     
36- _NOY1083.jpg
       
     
37- _NOY1098.jpg
       
     
40- _NOY1154.jpg
       
     
41- DSC_2313.jpg
       
     
48- LRA NL0530.jpg
       
     
51- _NOY1371.jpg
       
     
46- DSC_2350.jpg
       
     
LRA victims script slide.001.jpeg
       
     
 Nearby the village of Coo-Rom, two young girls, relatives of Dominic Dominic Ongwen’s nieces carry back to the family compound jerricans of water, collected in a nearby water pump.  Dominic Ongwen's relatives lived in 2 nearby and different homesteads (composed of 12 huts in one and 5 in the other). They approximately amount to 35 people.  Dominic Ongwen is born nearby, in 1975. He is the ex-commander of the Sinia Brigade of the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), a guerrilla group that formerly operated in northern Uganda. As the head of one of the four LRA brigades, Ongwen was a member of the "Control Altar" of the LRA that directs military strategy. He is currently detained by the International Criminal Court (ICC) and has been awaiting trial. Proceedings commenced 6 December 2016.
       
     

Nearby the village of Coo-Rom, two young girls, relatives of Dominic Dominic Ongwen’s nieces carry back to the family compound jerricans of water, collected in a nearby water pump.

Dominic Ongwen's relatives lived in 2 nearby and different homesteads (composed of 12 huts in one and 5 in the other). They approximately amount to 35 people.

Dominic Ongwen is born nearby, in 1975. He is the ex-commander of the Sinia Brigade of the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), a guerrilla group that formerly operated in northern Uganda. As the head of one of the four LRA brigades, Ongwen was a member of the "Control Altar" of the LRA that directs military strategy. He is currently detained by the International Criminal Court (ICC) and has been awaiting trial. Proceedings commenced 6 December 2016.

14- LRA NL0351.jpg
       
     
4- LRA NL0108.jpg
       
     
6- LRA NL0183.jpg
       
     
8- LRA NL0237.jpg
       
     
19 - LRA NL0432.jpg
       
     
10- LRA NL0279.jpg
       
     
13- LRA NL0332.jpg
       
     
22- DSC_2302.jpg
       
     
31- _NOY0948.jpg
       
     
23- _NOY0858.jpg
       
     
28- _NOY1192.jpg
       
     
35- _NOY1038.jpg
       
     
36- _NOY1083.jpg
       
     
37- _NOY1098.jpg
       
     
40- _NOY1154.jpg
       
     
41- DSC_2313.jpg
       
     
48- LRA NL0530.jpg
       
     
51- _NOY1371.jpg
       
     
46- DSC_2350.jpg