Spotlight on Uganda

Yesterday, we featured an excellent piece by Kenyan journalist Charles Wachira on the ongoing conflict in Uganda and the prospects for peace there. That conflict has raged for almost two decades, and the destruction it has reaped has gone largely unnoticed in much of the world’s media. If you think the world is ignoring the crisis in Darfur, take a look at Uganda. Peace talks in the conflict are in danger of falling apart, Wachira reports: NAIROBI, Kenya — Six months of peace talks to end more than two decades of conflict in northern Uganda have been virtually for naught, […]

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