Uganda: September 2, 2004


The army feels that it will have destroyed the LRA soon. LRA representatives are said to be negotiating with Ugandan officials to arrange a formal end of the LRA rebellion.

While the army has been successful in going after the main LRA camps, there are many smaller LRA groups wandering around. But the army strategy is to destroy whatever central control the LRA has, reducing the smaller groups to the status and function of bandits. There are plenty of bandits in northern Uganda. 


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