The Lord's Resistance Army took up arms against Uganda's government, using the name of a violent cult which had already come to grief. It has forced children to become soldiers, mutilated and murdered. Now its leader says he wants peace. Billie O'Kadameri visited LRA fighters waiting for the end of a 20-year conflict.
2008-10-10 08:52 TU
The Lords Resistance Army has conducted one of Africa's longest and bloodiest rebellions. But now its leader says he wants peace. A look at the key dates in the movement's existence, from its origins to the state of the conflict now:
2008-10-09 15:24 TU
Tens of thousands of children are believed to have been abducted, over two million people have been displaced, thousands have died, in a conflict which has spilled over Uganda's borders and brought in mediation by the US, the UN and the European Union.
2008-10-09 15:20 TU