Former leader of the National Integrationist Front Mathieu Ngudjolo awaits his verdict at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague, Netherlands, Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2012. The ICC acquitted Ngudjolo of all charges of leading fighters who destroyed a strategic village in eastern Congo, hacking to death and raping some 200 people including women and children in 2003. Tuesday’s acquittal is only the second verdict in the court’s 10-year history and the first time it has cleared a suspect. (AP Photo/Robin van Lonkhuijsen, Pool)

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Former leader of the National Integrationist Front Mathieu Ngudjolo awaits his verdict at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague, Netherlands, Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2012. The ICC acquitted Ngudjolo of all charges of leading fighters who destroyed a strategic village in eastern Congo, hacking to death and raping some 200 people including women and children in 2003. Tuesday’s acquittal is only the second verdict in the court’s 10-year history and the first time it has cleared a suspect. (AP Photo/Robin van Lonkhuijsen, Pool)
Former leader of the National Integrationist Front Mathieu Ngudjolo awaits his verdict at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague, Netherlands, Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2012. The ICC acquitted Ngudjolo of all charges of leading fighters who destroyed a strategic village in eastern Congo, hacking to death and raping some 200 people including women and children in 2003. Tuesday’s acquittal is only the second verdict in the court’s 10-year history and the first time it has cleared a suspect. (AP Photo/Robin van Lonkhuijsen, Pool)
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