Congolese war crimes suspect Bosco Ntaganda made his first appearance before the International Criminal Court on Tuesday, telling a judge he was innocent of charges ranging from murder and rape to using child soldiers.
Democratic Republic of Congo rebel Bosco Ntaganda standing with fellow officers on January 24, 2009 in Rutshuru. Ntaganda made his first appearance before an International Criminal Court judge on Tuesday after turning himself in to face charges ranging from murder and rape to using child soldiers.
The man known as "The Terminator" appeared with a shaved head, thin moustache and wearing a black suit and dark blue tie after arriving in The Hague on Friday following his surprise surrender in Rwanda.
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