An undated picture taken from the Interpol website on Jan. 7, 2015 shows senior Lord's Resistance Army leader Dominic Ongwen. AFP PHOTO/INTERPOL
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A top commander of Uganda's rebel Lord's Resistance Army will go on trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in December charged with keeping sex slaves and recruiting child soldiers, among other crimes.Dominic Ongwen, himself a former child soldier who became one of the most LRA's most feared leaders, is charged with war crimes and crimes against humanity over his role in the group's reign of terror in northern Uganda between 2002 and 2005 .Ongwen, who surrendered early last year and was handed over to the ICC, is the only senior LRA commander currently in the court's custody.
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