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15:39
15:39

LRA Abducts 39 Civilians in DRC, CAR invisible children 1

The largest group sighted was of 15-men who reportedly spoke Acholi, Pazande, and Lingala. They looted properties from several travellers’ 40-kilometres west of Sanangu in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Another group ambushed and looted civilians near Bulumasi in DRC, killed one person and abducted 12 civilians, including two boys and three women On February 9.
11:29
11:29

ICC To Release Documents On Ongwen Case From 2005 dominic ongwen

In a ruling made this afternoon, the court decided to make public documents relating to the case of Dominic Ongwen. The documents 21 in total, are a revelation of arrest warrants and requests for arrest of rebels made to three governments; Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo and Sudan.
15:31
15:31

LRA Might Resort To Large Scale Attacks: New Report invisible children 1

Close to 40 LRA fighters of Ugandan origin have since been killed or captured by the African Union Regional Taskforce on LRA (AU- RTF).
15:14
15:14

Invisible Children Halts Award of New Scholarships world vision 2

The news of the suspension of the sponsorship program has not gone down well with Ojara Martin Mapenduzi, the Gulu LC V chairperson where the organization is based.
11:21
11:21

Uncertainity Looms Over LRA Defections lra rebels

There is still uncertainty over whether the Lord’s Resistance Army—LRA fighters in the Central African Republic—CAR are defecting. Chinese news agency, Xinhua, on Sunday quoted a statement from the United Nations indicating that over 1200 fighters in CAR had contacted the UN with a plan to disarm and defect from Bria, near the border with Sudan.
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