Sudan Renews LRA Support - Report

According to a new report, Sudan has renewed support of the Lord’s Resistance Army rebels from October 2009 to at least February of 2013.

Some of the LRA soldiers sit outside, Sudan, April 2007.

  • Uganda:   Kony a Good Man, Says LRA Captive

    Observer, 24 April 2013

    Former LRA abductees have captivated many with tales of gory experiences in captivity and Christine Alimo, 27, is not short of one. To Alimo, returning home after 10 years in rebel… Read more »

  • Africa:   From Child Soldier to Freedom Fighter, Part 5

    RNW Africa, 19 April 2013

    Once a child soldier for Joseph Kony, now an unwavering human rights activist, Helen Kwac believes she's the target of the Ugandan government's goons. It's for this reason that she… Read more »

  • Uganda:   UPDF to Resume Kony Hunt

    Observer, 8 April 2013

    Uganda is set to resume the hunt for LRA leader Joseph Kony, following a meeting between the African Union (AU), the United Nations (UN) and Ugandan authorities. A joint statement… Read more »

  • Uganda:   Sudan, Uganda Officials Meet to Diffuse Tension

    New Vision, 5 April 2013

    Ugandan and Sudanese officials have held several meetings and exchange visits since November last year to diffuse the diplomatic tensions between the two countries. Read more »

  • Uganda:   Suspended Kony Hunt Worries Civilians

    New Vision, 5 April 2013

    International and local civil society organisations operating in areas affected by LRA rebel activities in the Central African Republic (CAR) have appealed to Uganda and the US to… Read more »


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