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The United States said that it has seen no evidence supporting allegations that the Sudanese government is still backing the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) that has launched two decade of rebellion in northern Uganda. A file photo taken on November 12,
The world must stop ignoring the victims of the Lord's Resistance Army As we approach a new year, armed rebels continue to wreak havoc and suffering across a vast area of central Africa A soldier guards the entrance to the Internally Displaced People'
When the dreadlocked gunmen burst out of the jungle at night firing AK-47 assault rifles, the men of the village took up bows and arrows to defend their families...The rebels from the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) simply shot the men and dragged off
One of Africa's most feared militias, the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), has carried out a campaign of mass abductions on both sides of the remote border between the Central African Republic (CAR) and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), according
Articles The United Nations refugee agency reports a dramatic rise in the frequency and brutality of attacks by the Lord's Resistance Army against civilians in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sudan and, increasingly, in the Central African Republic
The rebel Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), a quasi-revolutionary movement with vague political ideas, killed at least 321 civilians and abducted 250 others (including at least 80 children) during a previously unreported four-day rampage in the Makombo
A human rights group says at least 321 civilians were killed by the Lord's Resistance Army in Congo in a previously unreported massacre in late 2009. New York-based Human Rights Watch adds that at least 250 people were abducted by the rebels,
Tour Educates Audiences on Conflict in Northern Uganda Saturday, February 20, 2010 Invisible Children, an organization dedicated to bringing peace to northern Uganda through education, hosted its first event of a ten-week tour to educate U.S.
Senate now backs crucial bill to help stop LRA Friday 22 January 2010 January 21, 2010 (Washington) – The American upper house of Congress has taken bold steps towards the disarmament of the Notorious Lord’s Resistance Army. Joseph Kony, leader of
The U.N. reported Monday that the Ugandan-based Lord's Resistance Army killed, mutilated and raped villagers in Sudan and Congo in 2008 and 2009 in what may have been crimes against humanity. The rebels killed at least 1,200 people and abducted 1,400,