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Reporting from DR Congo, Kenya, Sudan, Uganda.

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Francis Mwepu
2 Aug 06
A savage regional conflict in northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo has claimed more than 60,000 lives and displaced hundreds of thousands of people.
IWPR
31 Jul 06
Origins of brutal 20-year-old war with the rebel Lord’s Resistance Army lie deep in tribal history and culture.
Matthew Green
25 Jul 06
Can Sudan’s Machar bridge the gap between Kampala and the LRA?
6 Jul 06
With the offer of amnesty for rebel leader Joseph Kony, peace talks suddenly look realistic - but the move worries those who want to see him arrested and brought before the International Criminal Court.
3 Jul 06
LRA chief looks more like a conventional rebel leader than a man described by former followers as a prophet who talked to angels.
30 Jun 06
Introduction to a series of profiles of prominent Africans working at the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
23 Jun 06
As negotiators gather in Juba, south Sudan, to end 20 years of war in northern Uganda, a plea for peace comes from Joseph Kony’s childhood home.
20 Jun 06
Continuing violence and looming land squabbles prompt refugees to reject call to go back to their villages.
17 Jun 06
New peace initiative for northern Uganda highlights divisions over the International Criminal Court’s attempt to arrest rebel leader Joseph Kony.
15 Jun 06
The Central African Republic’s former president may face prosecution at the International Criminal Court.

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