Cash Reward for Uganda's Joseph Kony
The United States has been lauded for approving a law which will offer a cash reward to whoever arrests the Lord's Resistance Army leader and his top commanders.
Joseph Kony holds his daughters at a past peace negotiation meet (file photo).
Uganda: U.S. Offers Cash Reward For Kony
New Vision, 16 January 2013
US President Barack Obama has assented to an amended law which places a cash reward for whoever arrests the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) leader Joseph Kony and his top commanders. read more »
UN Integrated Regional Information Networks, 9 January 2013
It has been years since northern Uganda's children had to troop to town centres at night for safety from abduction by the rebel Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), and most have moved on ... read more »
The International Criminal Court, through its prosecutor Fatou Bensouda, has reaffirmed its commitment to prosecute the Lord's Resistance Army leader and his accomplices. Read more »
The United Nations has welcomed the addition of 2,500 soldiers to an African Union task force assigned to hunt down Lord's Resistance Army rebels, who have terrorized northern ... Read more »