The military says the fugitive warlord is now weak and ineffective, and no longer poses any significant threat to the country's security.
Army Ends Pursuit of Joseph Kony
VOA, 20 April 2017
The Ugandan military says it is ending its manhunt for fugitive warlord Joseph Kony after years of chasing him and bands of loyal fighters across Central Africa. Read more »
The ruins of a house burn down by the LRA in the Central African Republic (file photo).
Uganda Withdraws From Central African Republic
Monitor, 19 April 2017
Uganda has started withdrawing its military troops involved in the US-backed operations against Lords Resistance Army rebels from Central African Republic today. Read more »
Lord's Resistance Army Leader Kony is Ill - Defector
Lord's Resistance Army leader Joseph Kony is reportedly battling peptic ulcers and has instructed his top commanders to find him drugs, an ex-rebel who defected last year has told… Read more »
A new report by an American advocacy group says the leader of the Lord's Resistance Army, Joseph Kony, is losing control over the rebels that for decades have wrought havoc ... Read more »
A day after the U.S. said it will withdraw from the task force chasing the notorious rebel group, the Ugandan military says Lt Michael Omona, an aide to its elusive leader Joseph ... Read more »
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