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.: 7 August 2006 2/5 Official Court Translation  01/04‐02/06 Pre‐Trial Chamber I of the International Criminal Court (“the Court”);    HAVING EXAMINED the Prosecution application for a warrant of arrest for Bosco  Ntaganda  filed on 13  January 2006, and having examined  the evidentiary materials  and other information submitted by the Prosecution;    NOTING articles 19 (1) and 58 (1) of the Rome Statute;    CONSIDERING  that,  on  the  basis  of  the  evidentiary materials  and  information  provided  by  the  Prosecution,  the  case  against  Bosco  Ntaganda  falls  within  the  jurisdiction of the Court;    CONSIDERING  that  there  are  reasonable  grounds  to  believe  that  a  protracted  armed conflict took place in Ituri from July 2002 until at least the end of 2003;    CONSIDERING that there are reasonable grounds to believe that from July 2002 to  December 2003 members of  the Forces Patriotiques  pour  la Libération  du Congo  (“the  FPLC”) carried out repeated acts of enlistment  into  the FPLC of children under  the  age  of  fifteen  who  were  trained  in  the  FPLC  training  camps  of  Bule,  Centrale,  Mandro, Rwampara, Irumu, Bogoro and Sota;    CONSIDERING that there are reasonable grounds to believe that from July 2002 to  December 2003 members of  the FPLC carried out repeated acts of conscription  into  the FPLC of children under the age of fifteen who were trained in the FPLC training  camps at Bule, Centrale, Mandro, Rwampara, Irumu, Bogoro and Sota;  ICC-01/04-02/06-2-US-tEN 24-08-2006 2/5 SL PTICC-01/04-02/06-2-Anx-tENG 28-04-2008 2/5 CB PT Pursuant to Decision ICC-01/04-02/06-18 dated 28/04/2008, this document is reclassified as Public No.: 7 August 2006 3/5 Official Court Translation  01/04‐02/06     CONSIDERING  that  there  are  reasonable  grounds  to  believe  that  during  the  relevant  period members  of  the  FPLC  repeatedly  used  children  under  the  age  of  fifteen to participate actively in hostilities in Libi and Mbau in October 2002, in Largu  at the beginning of 2003, in Lipri and Bogoro in February and March 2003, in Bunia  in May 2003 and in Djugu and Mongwalu in June 2003;    CONSIDERING  that  there are also  reasonable grounds  to believe  that  the alleged  Union des Patriotes Congolais  (“the UPC”)/FPLC policy/practice of  enlisting  into  the  FPLC,  conscripting  into  the  FPLC  and  using  to  participate  actively  in  hostilities  children  under  the  age  of  fifteen was  implemented within  the  context  of  and  in  association with the conflict in Ituri;    CONSIDERING that there are reasonable grounds to believe that from July 2002 to 8  December  2003  Bosco  Ntaganda,  as  Deputy  Chief  of  General  Staff  for  Military  Operations, ranked third in the hierarchy of the FPLC, subordinated only to Thomas  Lubanga Dyilo, FPLC Commander‐in‐Chief, and to Floribert Kisembo, FPLC Chief of  Staff, was  the  immediate  superior of  the FPLC  sector commanders and had de  jure  and  de  facto  authority  over  the  FPLC  training  camp  commanders  and  the  FPLC  commanders in the field;     CONSIDERING  that  there  are  reasonable  grounds  to  believe  (i)  that  Bosco  Ntaganda  used  his  authority  within  the  FPLC  to  actively  implement  the  policy/practice adopted at a higher level of the UPC/FPLC of enlisting into the FPLC,  conscripting  into  the  FPLC  and using  to participate  actively  in  hostilities  children  ICC-01/04-02/06-2-US-tEN 24-08-2006 3/5 SL PTICC-01/04-02/06-2-Anx-tENG 28-04-2008 3/5 CB PT Pursuant to Decision ICC-01/04-02/06-18 dated 28/04/2008, this document is reclassified as Public No.: 7 August 2006 4/5 Official Court Translation  01/04‐02/06 under  the age of  fifteen; and  (ii)  that he was aware of his  role within  the FPLC  in  implementing such policies;     CONSIDERING  that  there are reasonable grounds  to believe  that Bosco Ntaganda  often visited the FPLC training camps where children under the age of fifteen were  trained  to become FPLC soldiers and  that he  took part directly  in attacks  in which  FPLC soldiers under the age of fifteen actively participated;    CONSIDERING that for the above reasons there are reasonable grounds to believe  that Bosco Ntaganda is criminally liable under article 25 (3) (a) of the Statute for:     (i) the war  crime  of  enlistment  of  children  under  the  age  of  fifteen  punishable under article 8 (2) (b) (xxvi), or article 8 (2) (e) (vii), of the  Statute;    (ii) the war  crime  of  conscription  of  children under  the  age  of  fifteen  punishable under article 8 (2) (b) (xxvi) or article 8 (2) (e) (vii), of the  Statute; and    (iii) the  war  crime  of  using  children  under  the  age  of  fifteen  to  participate  actively  in  hostilities  punishable  under  article  8  (2)  (b)  (xxvi), or article 8 (2) (e) (vii), of the Statute;    CONSIDERING  that  the arrest of Bosco Ntaganda appears necessary at  this  stage  within the meaning of article 58 (1) (b) of the Statute both to ensure his appearance at  trial and to ensure that he does not obstruct or endanger the investigation;    ICC-01/04-02/06-2-US-tEN 24-08-2006 4/5 SL PTICC-01/04-02/06-2-Anx-tENG 28-04-2008 4/5 CB PT Pursuant to Decision ICC-01/04-02/06-18 dated 28/04/2008, this document is reclassified as Public No.: 7 August 2006 5/5 Official Court Translation  01/04‐02/06   FOR THESE REASONS    HEREBY ISSUES:    A WARRANT  OF  ARREST  for  BOSCO  NTAGANDA;  whose  photographs  are  annexed and who is believed to be a national of Rwanda around thirty‐five years of  age;  who  is  alleged  to  have  been  the  former  Deputy  Chief  of  General  Staff  for  Military  Operations  of  the  FPLC  prior  to  8  December  2003;  who  was  allegedly  appointed Chief of Staff of the FPLC on 8 December 2003; who allegedly is currently  one of  the  commanders of  the Mouvement Révolutionnaire du Congo  (“the MRC”), a  militia group which has been operating  in and around the District of Ituri since the  beginning  of  2005;  and who  is  also known  as Bosco Tanganda, Bosco Ntanganda,  Bosco  Ntangana,  Bosco  Ntagenda,  Bosco  Baganda,  Bosco  Taganda  and  “the  Terminator”.   
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.: 01/04‐02/06 7 March 2007 2/5 Official Court Translation [PRE‐TRIAL CHAMBER I of the International Criminal Court (“the Court”);    HAVING EXAMINED the Prosecution application for a warrant of arrest for Bosco  Ntaganda  filed on 13  January 2006, and having examined  the evidentiary materials  and other information submitted by the Prosecution;    NOTING articles 19 (1) and 58 (1) of the Rome Statute;    CONSIDERING  that,  on  the  basis  of  the  evidentiary materials  and  information  provided  by  the  Prosecution,  the  case  against  Bosco  Ntaganda  falls  within  the  jurisdiction of the Court;    CONSIDERING  that  there  are  reasonable  grounds  to  believe  that  a  protracted  armed conflict took place in Ituri from July 2002 until at least the end of 2003;    CONSIDERING that there are reasonable grounds to believe that from July 2002 to  December  2003 members of  the Forces Patriotiques  pour  la Libération  du Congo  (“the  FPLC”) carried out repeated acts of enlistment  into the FPLC of children under  the  age  of  fifteen  who  were  trained  in  the  FPLC  training  camps  of  Bule,  Centrale,  Mandro, Rwampara, Irumu, Bogoro and Sota;    CONSIDERING that there are reasonable grounds to believe that from July 2002 to  December 2003 members of  the FPLC carried out repeated acts of conscription  into  the FPLC of children under the age of fifteen who were trained in the FPLC training  camps at Bule, Centrale, Mandro, Rwampara, Irumu, Bogoro and Sota;  ICC-01/04-02/06-7-US-Corr-tENG 29-01-2008 2/5 CB PTICC-01/04-02/06-2-Corr-tENG-Red 01-10-2010 2/5 EO PT Pursuant to the Pre-Trial Chamber I's instruction, dated 29/09/2010, this document is reclassified as Public Redacted No.: 01/04‐02/06 7 March 2007 3/5 Official Court Translation     CONSIDERING  that  there  are  reasonable  grounds  to  believe  that  during  the  relevant  period members  of  the  FPLC  repeatedly  used  children  under  the  age  of  fifteen to participate actively in hostilities in [REDACTED];    CONSIDERING  that  there are also  reasonable grounds  to believe  that  the alleged  Union des Patriotes Congolais  (“the UPC”)/FPLC policy/practice of  enlisting  into  the  FPLC,  conscripting  into  the  FPLC  and  using  to  participate  actively  in  hostilities  children  under  the  age  of  fifteen was  implemented within  the  context  of  and  in  association with the conflict in Ituri;    CONSIDERING that there are reasonable grounds to believe that from July 2002 to  8 December  2003  Bosco  Ntaganda,  as  Deputy  Chief  of  General  Staff  for Military  Operations, ranked third in the hierarchy of the FPLC, subordinated only to Thomas  Lubanga Dyilo, FPLC Commander‐in‐Chief, and to Floribert Kisembo, FPLC Chief of  Staff, was  the  immediate  superior of  the FPLC  sector commanders and had de  jure  and  de  facto  authority  over  the  FPLC  training  camp  commanders  and  the  FPLC  commanders in the field;     CONSIDERING  that  there  are  reasonable  grounds  to  believe  (i)  that  Bosco  Ntaganda  used  his  authority  within  the  FPLC  to  actively  implement  the  policy/practice adopted at a higher level of the UPC/FPLC of enlisting into the FPLC,  conscripting  into  the  FPLC  and using  to participate  actively  in  hostilities  children  under  the age of  fifteen; and  (ii)  that he was aware of his  role within  the FPLC  in  implementing such policies;     ICC-01/04-02/06-7-US-Corr-tENG 29-01-2008 3/5 CB PTICC-01/04-02/06-2-Corr-tENG-Red 01-10-2010 3/5 EO PT Pursuant to the Pre-Trial Chamber I's instruction, dated 29/09/2010, this document is reclassified as Public Redacted No.: 01/04‐02/06 7 March 2007 4/5 Official Court Translation CONSIDERING  that  there are reasonable grounds  to believe  that Bosco Ntaganda  often visited the FPLC training camps where children under the age of fifteen were  trained  to become FPLC soldiers and  that he  took part directly  in attacks  in which  FPLC soldiers under the age of fifteen actively participated;    CONSIDERING that for the above reasons there are reasonable grounds to believe  that Bosco Ntaganda is criminally liable under article 25 (3) (a) of the Statute for:     (i) the war  crime  of  enlistment  of  children  under  the  age  of  fifteen  punishable under article 8 (2) (b) (xxvi), or article 8 (2) (e) (vii), of the  Statute;    (ii) the war  crime  of  conscription  of  children under  the  age  of  fifteen  punishable under article 8 (2) (b) (xxvi) or article 8 (2) (e) (vii), of the  Statute; and    (iii) the  war  crime  of  using  children  under  the  age  of  fifteen  to  participate  actively  in  hostilities  punishable  under  article  8  (2)  (b)  (xxvi), or article 8 (2) (e) (vii), of the Statute;    CONSIDERING  that  the arrest of Bosco Ntaganda appears necessary at  this  stage  within the meaning of article 58 (1) (b) of the Statute both to ensure his appearance at  trial and to ensure that he does not obstruct or endanger the investigation;      FOR THESE REASONS    ICC-01/04-02/06-7-US-Corr-tENG 29-01-2008 4/5 CB PTICC-01/04-02/06-2-Corr-tENG-Red 01-10-2010 4/5 EO PT Pursuant to the Pre-Trial Chamber I's instruction, dated 29/09/2010, this document is reclassified as Public Redacted No.: 01/04‐02/06 7 March 2007 5/5 Official Court Translation HEREBY ISSUES:    A WARRANT  OF  ARREST  for  BOSCO  NTAGANDA;  whose  photographs  are  annexed and who is believed to be a national of Rwanda around thirty‐five years of  age;  who  is  alleged  to  have  been  the  former  Deputy  Chief  of  General  Staff  for  Military  Operations  of  the  FPLC  prior  to  8  December  2003;  who  was  allegedly  appointed Chief of Staff of the FPLC on 8 December 2003; who allegedly is currently  one of  the  commanders of  the Mouvement Révolutionnaire du Congo  (“the MRC”), a  militia group which has been operating in and around the District of Ituri since the  beginning of  2005;  and who  is  also known  as Bosco Tanganda, Bosco Ntanganda,  Bosco  Ntangana,  Bosco  Ntagenda,  Bosco  Baganda,  Bosco  Taganda  and  “the  Terminator”.   
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We are drawn together by private anguish and common purpose—by a boundless grief for those who were lost, and by a shared determination to learn the stern lessons of failures past and put an end to genocide once and for all. We believe there can be no progress without memory. We believe there can be no justice without remembrance. But we still believe in progress and justice. For the story of Rwanda is not just a tale of murder and despair. (...) We believe that even in a violent world, there are rights.
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Score: 623028.6 - https://www.un.org/en/preventg...f/commemorations/2010-Rice.pdf
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Release of two persons believed to be indicted by the Tribunal. Press Release . (...) Not an official document) CC/PIU/335-E The Hague, 23 July 1998 RELEASE OF TWO PERSONS BELIEVED TO BE INDICTED BY THE TRIBUNAL Late during the evening of Wednesday 22 July SFOR troops detained two persons who were believed to have been Nenad Banovic and Predrag Banovic who had been indicted by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. (...) The Office of the Prosecutor also wishes to support NATO efforts in bringing to justice those accused persons who have been indicted by this Tribunal and also wishes to encourage SFOR to continue to take an active role in the early detention of the remaining twenty seven publicly indicted accused who are believed to be on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina. ***** Press Releases Archive Press Briefing Archive Statements and Speeches Weekly Update of Court Proceedings ICTY Digest Publications Contact us   |   Terms and Conditions of Use   |   Privacy Notice
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Release of two persons believed to be indicted by the Tribunal. Press Release . (...) Not an official document) CC/PIU/335-E The Hague, 23 July 1998 RELEASE OF TWO PERSONS BELIEVED TO BE INDICTED BY THE TRIBUNAL Late during the evening of Wednesday 22 July SFOR troops detained two persons who were believed to have been Nenad Banovic and Predrag Banovic who had been indicted by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. (...) The Office of the Prosecutor also wishes to support NATO efforts in bringing to justice those accused persons who have been indicted by this Tribunal and also wishes to encourage SFOR to continue to take an active role in the early detention of the remaining twenty seven publicly indicted accused who are believed to be on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina. ***** Press Releases Archive Press Briefing Archive Statements and Speeches Weekly Update of Court Proceedings ICTY Digest Publications Contact us   |   Terms and Conditions of Use   |   Privacy Notice
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Release of two persons believed to be indicted by the Tribunal. Press Release . (...) Not an official document) CC/PIU/335-E The Hague, 23 July 1998 RELEASE OF TWO PERSONS BELIEVED TO BE INDICTED BY THE TRIBUNAL Late during the evening of Wednesday 22 July SFOR troops detained two persons who were believed to have been Nenad Banovic and Predrag Banovic who had been indicted by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. (...) The Office of the Prosecutor also wishes to support NATO efforts in bringing to justice those accused persons who have been indicted by this Tribunal and also wishes to encourage SFOR to continue to take an active role in the early detention of the remaining twenty seven publicly indicted accused who are believed to be on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina. ***** Press Releases Archive Press Briefing Archive Statements and Speeches Weekly Update of Court Proceedings ICTY Digest Publications Contact us   |   Terms and Conditions of Use   |   Privacy Notice
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For this reason, we believe that it is imperative for the General Assembly to adopt a resolution that limits the scope and application of the principle. (...) Chairman In closing, my delegation, while emphasizing the importance of regulating the scope and application of the principle of universal jurisdiction, strongly believes that clear and unambiguous position must be taken to avoid its arbitrary application. As we continue to address this challenge, we also believe that the Sixth Committe should continue its substantive debate on the matter with the aim of exploring the possiblity of developing a consistent standard on the scope and application of the principle of universal jurisdiction acceptable to all member states.
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Consequently, Polish representatives took active role in the International Energy Conference held in Vienna and Global Renewable Energy Forum which was held in Mexico. We believe that such initiatives are good opportunity to emphasize United Nations' role in the field of energy. (...) Mr Chairman, Poland strongly believes that its experiences from the period of political and economic transformation could be valuable for other countries. (...) Mr Chairman, Poland believes that UNIDO provides good opportunity for small and medium size donors to fulfill their ODA's commitments.
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Maldives, however, does believe in tolerance and equally condemns the outburst of violence all over the world in the name of religion. (...) Given the expanding ideologies linked with extremism, we do not believe that any nation could afford complacency. (...) Mr Chairman, The Maldives believes that terrorism, in all its forms and manifestations, is the scourge of our time.
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We are determined, and I believe 2020 is the year of make it or break things. And one of the reasons why I believe we can win the war is the fact that Italy, together with the UK, will be leading the preparation of the COP26. (...) I would like to say that I believe that this is a European question that needs to be addressed with European solidarity.  
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