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Ayesha Kajee
12 Jun 06
Sweden offers a prison cell as debate continues over where former Liberian leader Charles Taylor should stand trial.
31 May 06
Khartoum wants to restrict any future role for the United Nations role in Darfur.
Peter Eichstaedt
11 May 06
Migrant cattle herders flee Tanzania, bringing disease and ethnic conflict that could destabilise southern districts.
Peter Eichstaedt
10 May 06
Church compound where nearly 800 people were murdered six years ago set to become a tourist attraction
Peter Eichstaedt
21 Apr 06
The Lord’s Resistance Army is still raiding villages, but the Ugandan military says the rebels are close to defeat.
IWPR
15 Apr 06
Despite concerns that the former Liberian president's detention could spark more instability, the overriding sense is that justice must be done at last.
Apolo Kakaire
15 Apr 06
Peace negotiator says arrest warrants for LRA chiefs severely undermine local efforts to end the war.
Carolyn Dempster
15 Apr 06
High rates of sexual violence appear rooted in ingrained male attitudes.
Apolo Kakaire
15 Apr 06
Former go-getting World Bank consultant strives to bring peace to northern Uganda.
Charles Mwanguhya
12 Apr 06
As expected, the Supreme Court confirms the outcome of the presidential election, but opposition leader Kizza Besigye warns the fight will go on.

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