Issue 176 of IJT examines why the lawyers of Abdullah al-Senussi, Muammar Gaddafi’s former spy chief, requested review of the ICC decision to let him be tried in Libya. We present the first in a three-part series exploring problems faced by the ICC prosecution. We look at how LRA commander Dominic Ongwen's transfer to the ICC highlights Uganda's struggles to try war criminals at home. And from the Khmer Rouge tribunal, an article details this month’s testimony by former Washington Post correspondent and Cambodia expert Elizabeth Becker about her haunting memories of a trip to Democratic Kampuchea in 1978. In short news, we report on a document leaked last week concerning preparations for Kosovo's special court and the upcoming trial of Chad’s former President Hissène Habré.