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ICC jails Congo warlord Bosco ‘Terminator’ Ntaganda for 30 years

Congolese rebel leader Bosco Ntaganda, also known as the "Terminator" will spend 30 years in prison after being sentenced for war crimes. Ntaganda turned himself in 2013, and his time in detention will be deducted.

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