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Ugandan rebels arriving at neutral camps

The first group of Ugandan rebels have turned up at a neutral camp in southern Sudan as part of a truce to end 19 years of conflict with the government, the chief mediator said Monday. The Lord’s Resistance Army rebels, notorious for cutting off the tongues and lips of civilians during the insurgency, signed the truce with the government last month. The deal calls for rebel fighters to gather in largely uninhabited areas across the border in southern Sudan, where they will be protected while a broader peace deal is negotiated. Full Story

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