Related Rule
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Practice Relating to Rule 160. Statutes of Limitation
The Democratic Republic of the Congo’s Military Judiciary Code (2002) provides: “In the following cases, prosecution is not subject to statutory limitations: … war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide”. 
Democratic Republic of the Congo, Military Judiciary Code, 2002, Article 204.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo’s Military Penal Code (2002) provides: “In the following cases, prosecution is not subject to statutory limitations: … crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes”. 
Democratic Republic of the Congo, Military Penal Code, 2002, Article 10.
In 2008, a training manual by the prosecutor at the Military High Court for magistrates on techniques for investigating sexual crimes, including war crimes, was adopted as part of the Programme on Investigating Sexual Crimes of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The training manual notes: “Legal implications of sexual violence as an international crime … The non-applicability of statutory limitations to international crimes.” 
Democratic Republic of the Congo, Training manual by the Prosecutor at the Military High Court for magistrates on techniques for investigating sexual crimes, adopted as part of the Programme on Investigating Sexual Crimes of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Military Justice seminar, 2008, pp. 72–73.