Uganda to Withdraw Troops From African Force Hunting Lord's Resistance Army - Wall Street Journal

KAMPALA, Uganda—The Ugandan military plans to withdraw troops involved in U.S.-backed operations against the Lord's Resistance Army rebels in the Central African Republic, further complicating the manhunt for one of Africa's most infamous warlords.

US pledges to work with Uganda to eliminate LRA - Africanews

The United States has said that it will assist Uganda to eliminate the militant group, Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) following reports that Uganda may soon stop its search efforts for the LRA leader Joseph Kony. ADVERTISING. ADVERTISING. inRead invented ...

Uganda to pull troops from Central African Republic - Radio Tamazuj

The Ugandan military says it will pull its soldiers from the Central African Republic where they are currently participating in an African Union mission hunting the Lord's Resistance Army rebel group, according to a media report. Military spokesperson ...

Uganda set to pull troops out of C. Africa: army - New Vision

Uganda is set to pull its troops out of the restive Central African Republic, deeming the rebel Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) to be "no longer a threat", an army spokesman said Saturday. "Uganda has met its goal in the fighting against LRA," army ...

Uganda Plans Withdrawal Of Troops In CAR - CHANNELS TELEVISION

Ugandan-troops-in-CAR Uganda plans to withdraw troops involved in an operation to hunt down Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebels in Central African Republic by the end of 2016, a military spokesman said on Friday. Uganda has 2,500 troops tracking the ...