Lord's Resistance Army betroffene Gebiete

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Regional Task Force to Combat the Lord's Resistance Army


Beginn: 11/2011

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Libya among four largest arms importers in Africa (14.03.2019)

Libya is among the four largest importers of arms in the African continent, along with Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia, which represent together 75% of the continent's arms imports, according to the think tank Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) annual report released Monday.

Can Ugandans overcome trauma of LRA's violent crimes? (25.09.2017)

Years after the LRA was subdued, reconciliation between communities and returning former LRA fighters remains elusive.

LRA steps up Congo attacks as U.S.-backed force pulls out - UN (16.06.2017)

The outlawed Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) has stepped up attacks in Democratic Republic of Congo close to the South Sudanese border as a U.S.-supported regional task force pulls out, the U.N. humanitarian office said in a report on Friday.

'Security vacuum' in Central Africa may be exploited by armed groups – UN envoy (13.06.2017)

The United Nations envoy for Central Africa today expressed his concern that the withdrawal of troops from the regional force by some contributing countries would create a security vacuum that may be exploited by an armed group. “The continued threat by the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) to regional...

African Union seeks international help for forces fighting Kony's LRA (20.05.2017)

The African Union has called for international military support for soldiers in the Central African Republic fighting warlord Joseph Kony after the United States and Uganda said they would withdraw troops from the hunt for the insurgents.

End of Joseph Kony hunt raises fears Lord’s Resistance Army could return (01.05.2017)

Uganda and the US have ended a six-year hunt for the fugitive warlord Joseph Kony, the leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army. Uganda began withdrawing its troops from their base in eastern CAR last week. The departure of 100 US special forces, who worked alongside the Ugandan soldiers, began this...

Why UPDF abandoned hunt for Kony in Central African Republic (21.04.2017)

[…] In a statement, the army said the mission had been a success because the LRA had been decimated to the extent that it cannot pose any military threat to Uganda. … Yet according to the army, the major objective of the mission was to kill Kony and since the rebel leader is still alive, questions...

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