Home News DR Congo's Bemba in ICC dock for bribing witnesses Tuesday May 31 2016 Former DR Congo vice president Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo at the International Criminal Crimes court room on March 21, 2016 in The Hague. PHOTO | AFP In Summary Prosecutors at the first such trial in ICC history said the alleged bribery and forgery was a sign of "how far the accused were prepared to go to hide their illegal behaviour."Bemba stands accused, along with two of his lawyers and an MP from his party, of presenting fake documents to the court and giving backhanders to witnesses in his war crimes trial. Advertisement By AFP Advertisement In the headlines Where does money from the Kenya railway levy go? Utilisation of the fund has remained opaque, with even Auditor General being kept in the dark. Kenya's unrealistic revenue target sets stage for borrowing Kenya Revenue Authority has several times failed to meet its collection targets. Uganda meets WHO goal of tackling Hepatitis B More DRC refugees flee to Uganda Storm in Dar over Kenyan MP's 'hate' remarks Kenya-Somalia maritime case set for September EALA suspends budget debate after ministers skip session Egypt detains eight over 'coup plot'