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30 Jun 12
Sudden change in country’s law prompts fears for those still being held by the rebels.
Editorial Comment
20 Jun 12
Government’s decision to delete clause granting reprieve to former combatants could be a backward step in combating the rebel force.
A member of the Ugandan military operation to track the LRA: the rebel group as well as the government’s own forces are the source of weapons still circulating in northern Uganda. (Photo: USARAF/Flickr)
20 Jun 12
Security services draw criticism for failing to properly inform public of firearms collection programme.
15 Jun 12
Security services draw criticism for failing to properly inform public of firearms collection programme.
30 May 12
Observers worried that threats to journalists and restrictions on media could derail redevelopment efforts in northern Uganda.
American soldiers from the Georgia National Guard training Ugandan troops, April 2011. (Photo: US Army/Sgt. 1st Class Brock Jones)
16 May 12
Analysts say capture of senior Lord’s Resistance Army commander does not signal disintegration of rebel group.
15 May 12
Concern that those in the north of the country will struggle to meet scheme's stringent application criteria.
Police station in Gulu. Law-enforcement officers in northern Uganda struggle to fulfil their child protection role. (Photo: Simon Jennings)
3 May 12
Widespread concerns that under-resourced local government and police are not doing enough on child protection.
30 Apr 12
Widespread concerns that under-resourced local government and police are not doing enough on child protection.
15 Apr 12
Process of reintegrating rebel combatants will continue, but too little has been done to help victims.

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