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KAMPALA - The deputy leader of Ugandan rebel group the Lord's Resistance Army, who is wanted for war crimes by the International Criminal Court, is preparing to give himself up.
Okot Odhiambo is in negotiations to give himself up to the International Organisation for Migration in return for amnesty, The New Vision reported yesterday. "We are in direct communication with Odhiambo, who has announced that he has defected and is seeking amnesty," The New Vision quoted IOM's chief of operations in Uganda, Jeremy Haslam, as saying. - Sapa-dpa