Congo's former vice president Jean-Pierre Bemba plead not guilty as his trial for war crimes began Monday at the Hague. Bemba is accused in connection with mass rapes and murder committed by his troops in Central African Republic in 2002 and 2003.
REUTERS - A former vice president of the Democratic Republic of Congo went on trial at the International Criminal Court on Monday accused of letting his troops rape and kill in the Central African Republic.
Philip Crowther reports from The Hague
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Date created : 2010-11-21