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Granting top officials immunity from prosecution is likely to restrict Western donor support.
Listeners call in to local radio stations after series on women’s rights starts airing.
Recent thaw in relations between Khartoum and South Sudan could be reversed without rapid territorial solution for contested region.
Protest participants “aware, angry and hungry”, but formal attempts at consolidate leadership fail to add momentum.
10 Jul 09
A year after riots, questions remain around Sednaya jail and the fate of prisoners.
1 Jul 09
Former wife of rebel leader Joseph Kony talks of life with Africa’s most wanted man.
29 Jun 09
Graft plaguing development programmes may be contributing to food shortage and malnutrition in north.
29 Jun 09
Many returnees in northern Uganda struggle to rebuild their farms.
26 Jun 09
Defendant says they just wanted to prevent the Islamisation of the country.
16 Jun 09
Last year they made up the largest group of newly internally displaced people in the world, but their plight has received little attention.
10 Jun 09
Troop reinforcements being sent to repel raids by resurgent Ugandan rebels.
28 May 09
Some in north say region should secede because of Kampala’s perceived failure to help them.
26 May 09
IWPR training guide will help dispel misinformation about International Criminal Court, say Sudanese journalists.
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