Daniel Howden

Daniel Howden was formerly Africa Correspondent for The Independent.

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Bosco Ntaganda, one of central Africa's most notorious warlords, begins his new life in the Netherlands tomorrow after surrendering to the International Criminal Court at The Hague

Bosco Ntaganda begins a new life in The Hague

Bosco Ntaganda, one of central Africa's most notorious warlords, begins his new life in the Netherlands tomorrow after surrendering to the International Criminal Court at The Hague.

General Bosco Ntaganda addresses a news conference in Kabati, a village located in Congo’s eastern North Kivu

Congolese war criminal Bosco 'The Terminator' Ntaganda unexpectedly turns himself in at US embassy in Rwanda

One of Africa's most wanted war criminals walked into the United States embassy in Rwanda today and asked to be transferred to the International Criminal Court at The Hague. The US said it was “considering his request” after Bosco Ntaganda, nicknamed the “Terminator” appeared on their doorstep in Rwanda's capital, Kigali.

Vote No on Mugabe's 'fraud' constitution, urge Zimbabwe civil rights groups

Civil rights groups have called on Zimbabwean voters to reject a new constitution, accusing the political elite, including President Robert Mugabe and former opposition leaders, of imposing a fraud on the people.

The move comes after two of the other indicted men, Uhuru Kenyatta and his running mate William Ruto, won last week’s elections

ICC drops case against Kenya violence suspect due to stand trial alongside Uhuru Kenyatta

ICC withdraws charges against former head of civil service as fellow accused wins elections

Jubilee Party supporters celebrate the vote for Uhuru Kenyatta

West faces nervous wait as Uhuru Kenyatta edges closer to victory

Local media agree to avoid speculation in bid to avoid repeat of 2007 post-election violence

UK denies Kenya vote lobbying

Britain was tonight forced to deny a “suspicious and rather animated involvement” in an emerging row over Kenya’s election results.

An officer of the prisons service guards ballot boxes in Nairobi

The accidental run-off: Kenya left in limbo by confusion at the polls

Days of recounts loom as voters struggle to fathom complex voting slips

Kenya elections: a nation defies threat of violence as polling queues stretch for miles

The memories of 2008's deadly clashes were still fresh, yet voters remained determined to have their say

Kenyans put messaging to work to head off poll violence

For Juliana Rotich, like so many Kenyans, the last election at the end of 2007 evokes painful memories.

Violence that followed the 2007 election killed more than 1,000 people

The Kenyan election frontrunner who's wanted in The Hague and running for the presidency

Kenyans will vote next week with the scars of 2008’s post-election violence still raw. Yet the frontrunner now is accused of orchestrating the brutality – and he may only be running  to keep himself out of jail

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To continue to deny the truth of this mass human cruelty is close to a criminal lie
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'Lou needed care, but what he got was ECT'

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Like it or not, her outfits will be as important as her policies
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A report finds that private firms are not being properly assessed for their quality of care
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Zac Goldsmith: 'I'll trigger a by-election over Heathrow'

The Tory MP said he did not want to stand again unless his party's manifesto ruled out a third runway. But he's doing so. Watch this space
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Five voters from different backgrounds tell us what they expect from Syriza's charismatic leader Alexis Tsipras
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David Cameron should not escape blame for his role in conflicts that are still raging, argues Patrick Cockburn
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