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14 Oct 11
Women and girls captured by the LRA in northern Uganda struggle to settle back into former villages, while their children, often fathered by rebels, face complete rejection.
The High Court in Gulu where the Kwoyelo trial was scheduled to take place. (Photo: Simon Jennings)
3 Oct 11
Court officials say appeal against acquittal of LRA suspect may allow them to get protection measures in place for future trials.
28 Sep 11
Several monuments built to commemorate lives lost in the 20-year rebel war in northern Uganda are lacking much needed records of events and those who died.
13 Sep 11
Experts call for a comprehensive witness protection programme as High Court takes on its first war crimes trial of alleged former Lord’s Resistance Army commander.
6 Sep 11
Journalists set to benefit from long term on-the-job training as they begin third series of Facing Justice radio programme.
6 Sep 11
Journalists set to benefit from long term on-the-job training as they begin third series of Facing Justice radio programme.
Delivering justice and reconstruction is essential to the future of the younger generation in northern Uganda. (Photo: The Advocacy Project/Flickr)
Editorial Comment
25 Aug 11
Authorities should not miss chance to deliver justice following 20-year conflict with northern rebels.
American soldiers from the Georgia National Guard training Ugandan troops, April 2011. (Photo: US Army/Sgt. 1st Class Brock Jones)
17 Aug 11
Efforts to defeat feared group run into trouble as regional governments fail to address threat.
4 Aug 11
Unpaid compensation awarded to victims of security service excesses prompts concern over government's commitment to criminalise torture.

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