A former senior commander of a Ugandan rebel group is on trial at the International Criminal Court.
Dominic Ongwen, leader of the Lord's Resistance Army, faces 70 counts, including war crimes and murders.
The rebel group he led is linked to the death of 100,000 people and the kidnapping of 20,000 children during a 20-year civil war.
However, although both sides are accused of committing atrocities, only rebel leaders appear before the ICC, leading many in Uganda to question whether it is simply a case of justice for the victors and not a true story of the terrible violence of one of the most important in Africa. brutal wars.
Malcolm Webb, from Al Jazeera, reports from Kitgum on the persistent impact of the violence.