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Envoys urge Uganda peace talks

Friday, February 2nd 2007, 11:20
related countries: Sudan Sudan

Diplomatic missions in Uganda call on the government and LRA rebels to resume stalled peace talks in Sudan.
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Uganda's mystic rebel leader dies

Thursday, January 18th 2007, 14:02
related countries: Kenya Kenya

The woman who began the insurgency in northern Uganda, Alice Lakwena, 50, dies in exile in Kenya.
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Uganda's rebels 'sack' mediator

Wednesday, January 17th 2007, 10:22
related countries: Sudan Sudan

Uganda's rebels formally write to the government asking for south Sudan's VP to be sacked as a mediator at talks.
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Uganda rebels snub peace talks

Friday, January 12th 2007, 11:30

Uganda's rebel Lord's Resistance Army says it will not participate in peace talks due to resume next week.
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Move to boost Uganda peace talks

Thursday, January 11th 2007, 13:28
related countries: Mozambique Mozambique

Mozambique's former President Joaquim Chissano hopes to bolster peace talks between Uganda and LRA rebels.
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Uganda opposition rally blocked

Saturday, January 6th 2007, 17:58
related places: Kampala

Police in Uganda use tear gas to prevent an opposition political party rally in the capital, Kampala.
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Ugandan men getting circumcised

Wednesday, January 3rd 2007, 11:00

Growing numbers of Ugandan men are being circumcised, after medical research showed it can cut HIV infection rates.
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Ugandan LRA truce extended

Monday, December 18th 2006, 14:12

Uganda's army and LRA rebels sign a new ceasefire extension deal, boosting the peace process in the north.
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Uganda forces 'agree pull-back'

Monday, December 11th 2006, 9:28

Uganda's army and rebels reportedly agree to pull their forces apart, after President Museveni talks to a top rebel.
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Uganda bans 'pornography'

Friday, December 8th 2006, 17:24

Ugandan newspapers containing sexually erotic photographs or cartoons are banned from general sale.
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Thousands flee DR Congo fighting

Tuesday, December 5th 2006, 20:04
related countries: Democratic Republic of the Congo Democratic Republic of the Congo

Thousands of Congolese reportedly flee to Uganda as a renegade general and DR Congo's army clash.
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New UN envoy for northern Uganda

Tuesday, December 5th 2006, 10:40

Ex-Mozambique President Chissano is named as the UN envoy to try and save Uganda's peace process.
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Ugandan rebels pull out of talks

Wednesday, November 29th 2006, 17:13
related countries: Sudan Sudan

Uganda's northern rebels boycott peace talks in Sudan after it accuses the army of killing three fighters.
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UN envoy sees Uganda rebel chief

Sunday, November 12th 2006, 19:04
related countries: Sudan Sudan

UN envoy Jan Egeland meets Uganda rebel leader Joseph Kony in a bid to help efforts to end a 20-year insurgency.
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UN aid chief willing to meet Kony

Friday, November 10th 2006, 9:38

United Nations aid chief Jan Egeland says he would meet Uganda's rebel leader, if abducted children are freed.
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Uganda rebel chief wants UN talks

Monday, November 6th 2006, 11:29

Uganda's LRA rebel leader Joseph Kony wants to meet United Nations aid chief Jan Egeland when he visits Juba.
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Ugandan LRA rebels sign truce

Wednesday, November 1st 2006, 12:51

Uganda's northern rebels and the government agree a new truce in an effort to revive stalled talks.
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Museveni meets Ugandan rebels

Saturday, October 21st 2006, 18:51
related countries: Sudan Sudan

Uganda's President Museveni meets LRA rebels for the first time - but they say he insulted them.
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Large numbers head home in Uganda

Thursday, October 19th 2006, 17:58

UN agencies in Uganda say an unprecedented number of people displaced by the war are making their way home.
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Museveni set to attend LRA talks

Wednesday, October 18th 2006, 16:37
related countries: Sudan Sudan

Uganda's President Museveni says he will go to Sudan to consult with mediators over stalled peace talks.
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Museveni 'to attend LRA talks'

Tuesday, October 17th 2006, 9:40

Uganda's President Museveni is said to be planning to meet LRA rebels at peace talks at the weekend.
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Uganda 'attack' threatens talks

Monday, October 16th 2006, 17:09

Rebels from Uganda's Lord's Resistance Army say an army attack could threaten peace talks.
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'Both sides' violate Uganda truce

Sunday, October 15th 2006, 16:22

Both the Ugandan army and the rebel LRA have violated their truce, a report on the Ugandan peace process says.
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Shake up at top Ugandan paper

Thursday, October 12th 2006, 17:19

New Vision's Managing Director William Pike is replaced by Uganda's government spokesman.
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Uganda LRA want warrants dropped

Monday, October 9th 2006, 1:11

Rebels from Uganda's Lord's Resistance Army want arrest warrants dropped before they will sign a peace deal.
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Ugandan army resumes patrols

Wednesday, October 4th 2006, 9:32

Any Ugandan rebels found in the north are now targets, but the army says the move should not derail peace talks.
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Army 'breaking' Uganda truce

Thursday, September 28th 2006, 10:03

Uganda's army is moving its troops to near rebel assembly zones, breaking a ceasefire agreement, rebels say.
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LRA rebel moves 'threaten truce'

Wednesday, September 27th 2006, 16:22
related countries: Sudan Sudan

LRA rebels are leaving one of the reception centres in southern Sudan, threatening a truce, says Uganda's army.
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