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29 January 2007

Today, the ICC ruled that Thomas Lubanga, notorious child soldier-enlister, would be the first suspect to stand trial for his role in the Congolese civil war. From Kinshasha to Freetown, former child soldiers draw their experiences.

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“Rescue the Child Soldier!” by Ishamel A. Kamara, age 18 of iEARN-Sierra Leone, www.child-soldiers.org

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