Uganda’s government and the Lord’s Resistance Army rebel group admitted Sunday they had both violated their recent truce, raising fears the deal to end one of Africa’s longest wars may unravel. The government and rebels have repeatedly traded accusations of breaching the fragile cease-fire, signed in August as a prelude to a comprehensive agreement to end their 19-year conflict. Peace talks in Juba, southern Sudan, have failed to produce such an accord. Full Story
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