Congolese warlord jailed for 14 years in landmark case
The Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga has been sentenced to 14 years in prison by the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Lubanga, 51, was found guilty of war crimes in March, specifically for using child soldiers in his rebel army in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2002-03.
The court heard how the former militia commander abducted children as young as 11, forcing the girls into sexual slavery and training the boys to use weapons and kill.
It is the first conviction and sentencing since the ICC started work more than a decade ago.
International Criminal Court finds Congolese rebel leader guilty
The International Criminal Court has delivered its first verdict since it was formed, with Congolese rebel leader Thomas Lubanga being found guilty of recruiting and using child soldiers.