Sudan: May 11, 2002


NGOs (among them, the Catholic Church) report that the LRA attacked six villages in south Sudan and killed 470 people. The attacks occurred over a seven day period (May 3-9). The villages are located in the Imotong Mountains (Eastern Equatoria state). AFP said the Catholic Church report identified the villages as Isuhak, Lohui, Idiefe, Obeyok, Kubaya, and Lotele. A subsequent report said the LRA rebels were fleeing Ugandan troops operating in south Sudan.




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