Third DR Congo war crimes suspect transferred to ICC Brett Murphy at 10:19 AM ET
[JURIST] Authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo [JURIST news archive; ICC materials] arrested former Nationalist and Integrationist Front (FNI) leader Mathieu Ngudjolo Chui on Wednesday on war crimes and crimes against humanity charges and transferred [press release] him to the International Criminal Court [official website] at The Hague. Ngudjolo is accused of planning and carrying out an attack against the village of Bogoro in 2003, killing some 200 persons. The warrant [PDF text] for Ngudjolo Chui's arrest listed three counts of crimes against humanity for murder, inhumane acts, and sexual slavery and six counts of war crimes. A hearing date has not yet been set.
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