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LRA Attacks, Abductions Declining - Report dominic ongwen 1

The Lords Resistance Army LRA rebel attacks on civilians in Central African Republic CAR and neighbouring countries are on a decline, the LRA Crisis Tracker reveals. Brigadier Richard Karemire, the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces UPDF spokesperson, says that the decline in abductions and attacks shows that the LRA is no more. He says thats why the UPDF started withdrawing from CAR, adding that they have neutralised the rebel capacity to make war.
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LRA Rebels Continue to Cause Unspeakable Suffering - Report lra crisis tracker 1 1 Top story

Franois Louncny Fall, the acting head of the UN Regional Office for Central Africa, UNOCA, told the UN Security Council that the LRA continues to Kill, abduct and cause mayhem to communities where it operates.
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US Imposes Sanctions against Joseph Kony, LRA 1 Top story

The action freezes any LRA assets within U.S. jurisdiction and prohibits U.S. persons from engaging in transactions with the group. It also adds to the sanctions already in place against Kony, who was designated as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist in August 2008.
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South Sudan, CAR Instability Undermining Fight against LRA- UN Report

In the report, the UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon states that the lack of national security forces including intelligence-sharing capacity in CAR as well as growing inter-communal conflict and in some cases hostility to foreign Regional Task Force – (RTF) troops, presents challenges to counter-LRA operations.
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11:09

US Congress-Members Sign Anti-LRA Letter To Obama

At least 95 members of the U.S. Congress have signed a bipartisan letter to President Barack Obama, urging him to address the violence of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) in Central Africa.
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African Union to Formulate Comprehensive Anti-LRA Strategy drc

African Union promises comprehensive plan for the end to Lord\'s Resistance Army attacks on civilian populations in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sudan and the Central African Republic.
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