Notable Cases

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ICC investigations  between 2003 and 2012

1. Uganda
Joseph Kony, (at large)  Vincent Otti (deceased) , Ogot Odhiambo (deceased), Dominic Ongwen (on trial) and Raska Lukwiya (deceased)

2. The Democratic Republic of Congo
Thomas Lubanga Dyilo (convicted) and Bosco Ntaganda (on trial)
Germain Katanga (convicted) and Mathieu Ngudjolo Chui (acquitted)
Callixte Mbarushimana (charges were not confirmed)
Ignace Murwanashyaka (at large)

3. Central African Republic
Former DRC Vice President Jean Pierre Bemba (convicted and in review before the Appeal Chamber)
(+ four other accused were also charged for offences against the administration of justice under Article 70)

4. Darfur
Ahmad Muhammad Harun (currently Governor of South Kordofan, at large) and Ali Kushayb (at large)
Omar Al Bashir ( current Sudanese President, at large)
Bahr Idriss Abu Garda,(charges were not confirmed)  Abdallah Banda Abakaer Nourain ( charges confirmed, at large, trial pending arrest or voluntary appearance) and Saleh Mohammed Jerbo Jamus (deceased)
Abdel Raheem Muhammad Hussein ( c urrent Sudanese Minister of Defense, at large)

5. Kenya
William Samoei Ruto (Deputy President of Kenya , charges confirmed and case terminated after prosecution case), Henri Kiprono Kosgey (charges were not confirmed) and Joshua Arap Sang  (c harges confirmed and  case terminated after prosecution case)
Uhuru Kenyatta, ( current President of Kenya, charges confirmed but subsequently dropped ) Francis Yirimi Muthaura (charges confirmed but  subsequently dropped ) and Mohammed Hussein Ali (charges not confirmed)

6. Libya
Muammar Mohammed Al-Gaddafi (de ce a se d), Saif al-Islam Gaddafi ( on trial in Libya but at large for the ICC ) and Abdullah al-Senussi(on trial in Libya , complementarity  and terminated at the ICC )

 7. Côte d’Ivoire
Former President Laurent Gbagbo (on trial)  Simone Gbagbo (convicted in Ivory Coast but at large at the ICC ) and Charles Blé Goudé (on trial)