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Uganda Ends Its Hunt for Joseph Kony Empty-Handed - New York Times

BANGUI, Central African Republic — Uganda began withdrawing its entire contingent of 1,500 soldiers from the Central African Republic this week, effectively ending the hunt for the warlord Joseph Kony and his guerrilla group, the Lord's Resistance ...and more »

Joseph Kony is still at large. Here's why the US and Uganda were willing to give up the hunt. - Washington Post

KAMPALA – This week, the international manhunt for Joseph Kony came to an undistinguished end. Both Uganda and the United States said they were withdrawing forces dedicated to catching the warlord, who remains on the run despite a multi-year ...and more »

UPDF begins Central African Republic withdrawal - New Vision

Uganda People's Defence Forces (UPDF) has begun withdrawing from the Central Africa Republic where it has since 2012 been part of the African Union Regional Task Force. The first batch of troops was been received today in Gulu by the Chief of Staff ...and more »

Uganda Officially Gives Up On Finding Joseph Kony - Vocativ

The last mission to track down Joseph Kony — the brutal warlord and one-time subject of perhaps the world's biggest online activism campaign — has been called off by the Ugandan military. Kony is still at large. Uganda military spokesman Brig ...and more »

Uganda ends hunt for LRA leader Joseph Kony - BBC News

Ugandan troops have pulled out of the hunt for rebel leader Joseph Kony in the Central African Republic (CAR), the army has said. He and his Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) group had become "weak", and no longer threatened Uganda, it added. The LRA was ...and more »

Ugandan army calls off search for Joseph Kony, says Lords Resistance Army no longer a threat - The Independent

Uganda's military announced on Wednesday it is ending its pursuit of internationally known warlord Joseph Kony, saying its mission "has now been successfully achieved" even though the rebel leader remains at large. The decision means the manhunt for ...and more »

US Will Keep Fighting Lord's Resistance Army After All - Foreign Policy (blog)

NABANGA, SUDAN: Uganda's rebel leader, Joseph Kony's second in command, Vincent Otti (C) talks on a communication device as he walks 12 July 2006 through the jungle into a clearing in Nabanga, south Sudan, near the Ugandan and D.R. Congo borders. The ...and more »

US says to continue training regional troops against Lord's Resistance Army - Reuters

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - The United States said on Thursday it would maintain training for east and central African regional forces to prevent warlord Joseph Kony's rebels from regrouping, despite plans to pull troops from operations hunting the ...and more »

US Pledges to Keep Training African Forces Hunting Joseph Kony - Newsweek

Lord's Resistance Army leader Joseph Kony sits at a meeting with a U.N. representative. Lord's Resistance Army leader Joseph Kony, left, at a meeting with a U.N. representative in Ri-Kwamba, then Southern Sudan, November 12, 2006. The U.S. has pledged ...and more »

US, Uganda Call Off Search For Infamous Warlord Joseph Kony - NPR

Both the U.S. and Uganda have called off the search for notorious warlord Joseph Kony and his followers, the Lord's Resistance Army, saying that Kony's power has dwindled to the point that he's no longer a threat. The group carried out brutal murders ...and more »