Is Joseph Kony No Longer a Threat to East Africans?

The Lord's Resistance Army's apparent ineffectiveness has been used as a justification for the Ugandan army and the US African Command to end a six-year hunt. However, major difficulties experienced by a mission described as "a wholly Ugandan affair" - poor funding, difficult terrain and continuous pursuit of a scattered of group of people who are always on the run - may have frustrated the hunt, writes Samuel Okiror for IRIN.

The terrain doesn't favour the hunters.


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