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|Sex crimes in focus at Hague trial of Ugandan rebel commander|
By Thomas Escritt AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - A top lieutenant of Lord's Resistance Army leader Joseph Kony goes on trial in The Hague on Tuesday accused of war crimes ranging from child kidnapping and forced marriage to rape and murder during the rebel group's long rampage in northern Uganda. The trial of Dominic Ongwen opens as the International Criminal Court faces the biggest crisis in its 15-year history, with several member states quitting over claims it unfairly singles out Africans for prosecution. Ongwen was himself a victim of the LRA's child kidnapping campaign in 1988, pressed into service as a young teenager in Kony's war against the government of President Yoweri Museveni, who had seized power two years before.
|As winter nears, Dakota Access faces frigid weather and costly delays|
By Liz Hampton and Ernest Scheyder HOUSTON (Reuters) - Delays to the Dakota Access Pipeline have added millions of dollars to Energy Transfer Partners' construction tab - but even if the line is approved, the freezing temperatures will bring their own challenges to finishing the drilling process. While the majority of the construction on the 1,100-mile (1,770 km) line is complete, work on a one-mile segment in North Dakota was halted in September following protests from the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and others, who said it could desecrate sacred lands and contaminate drinking water. Construction equipment used to bore under rivers can break through any layer of frost, said Eric Hansen, the director of environmental services at Westwood Professional Services, a surveying and engineering firm in the U.S. upper Midwest.
|Early results show Gambia leader trailing in presidential vote|
DAKAR (Reuters) - Partial results showed Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh trailing his main rival in a presidential election on Friday. A Reuters reporter at the electoral commission said Jammeh's rival, real estate developer Adama Barrow, had 44 percent of the vote against Jammeh's 40 percent and 15 percent for Mammah Kandeh. Multiple civil society sources on Twitter leaked identical results, with 39 out of 53 constituencies counted. (Reporting by Tim Cocks and Nellie Peyton; Editing by Andrew Heavens)
|Trump voter lost her home to new Treasury secretary|
WASHINGTON (AP) â€” When Donald Trump named his Treasury secretary, Teena Colebrook felt her heart sink.
|Teenager brings guns to school, but his parents disarm him|
BOUNTIFUL, Utah (AP) â€” Police are applauding a mother and father who disarmed their 15-year-old son at a Utah junior high school, after they noticed him acting strangely in the morning and realized he had taken the family's shotgun and handgun.