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10:09
10:09

Panic Grips Teso After Warning Letter Allegedly Sent by LRA amuria district 1

Parts of Teso are in a state of alarm after a letter allegedly sent by the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) rebels threatening to strike the region this month. The letter is reported to have been dropped to Obalanga trading centre in Obalanga sub-region Amuria district, the place LRA first attacked on 15th June 2003.
07:48
07:48

UN, AU Cannot Protect Surrendering LRA Rebels - Researcher lra abductions 2

Professor Tim Allen told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that the UN and AU cannot guarantee the safety of rebels who try to flee but face hostility from the local population and other security agencies in the Central African Republic (CAR) and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
15:05
15:05

We Belong to the Bush, Children Born in LRA Captivity Cry lra abductions 4 1

Most of the children say they are stigmatized and rejected in the community both by their peers at school as well as the relatives and neighbors in the homes where they live, a situation they say makes them feel they only belong to captivity.
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