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Ugandan army officers return to Sudan over LRA renewed support

Ugandan Defence Minister Amama Mbabazi said that a team of senior army officers had been in Khartoum to make their country’s case over Sudan’s renewed arming of a rebel group called the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA). “A team involving the army chief of staff and other officers has been in Khartoum to meet with authorities there,” Mbabazi told AFP by telephone. Other sources in the military told AFP Uganda’s Chief of Staff Brigadier Nakibus Lakala was accompanied to Sudan by military intelligence chief, Colonel Nobel Mayombo. The LRA has been fighting Museveni’s government since 1988 with the aim of replacing it with one based on the biblical Ten Commandments. Full Story

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