Mission to pursue African warlord Kony is declared over - Belfast Telegraph

Military officials said the mission "has now been successfully achieved" even though the rebel leader remains at large. The decision means the manhunt for one of the world's most notorious fugitives is effectively over. Uganda has started pulling its ...

Ugandan army says LRA 'neutralised', begins withdrawal - Daily Mail

The Ugandan army said Wednesday it has neutralised the Lord's Resistance Army, as troops began withdrawing from the Central African Republic where they had been hunting the group's feared leader Joseph Kony. "The decision to withdraw was premised ...

Uganda pull troops out of CAR as LRA rebel commander Joseph Kony 'no longer a threat' - International Business Times UK

LRA notorious for having abducted tens of thousands of children to serve as fighters and sex slaves. Elsa Buchanan. By Elsa Buchanan. Updated April 19, 2017 16:04 BST. Joseph Kony Ugandan rebel leader of the LRA Joseph KonyReuters. Uganda's army ...

UPDF has started withdrawing from the Central African Republic - KFM

In a press release the UPDF Spokesperson Brigadier Richard Karemire said the first batch of soldiers was received today in Gulu by the Chief of Staff Land Forces (COS-LF) Brig Katsigazi Tumusiime and 4Div Commander Brig Emmanuel Kanyesigye.

Pictorial: UPDF Withdraws From Central African Republic - Uganda Radio Network

Troops of Uganda People's Defense Forces making up the 39 battalion today started withdrawing from the Central African Republic ending a combat-equipped deployment in search for Joseph Kony, the leader of the Lords Resistance Army. The UPDF has ...

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 ...

Uganda Begins Winding Down Operation Against Lord's Resistance Army - U.S. News & World Report

KAMPALA (Reuters) - The Ugandan military said on Wednesday it has begun withdrawing troops from Central African Republic where it had been pursuing rebel leader Joseph Kony and his Lord's Resistance Army, saying it has accomplished its mission ...

Africa: UPDF Withdraws From Central African Republic - AllAfrica.com

Uganda has started withdrawing its military troops involved in the US-backed operations against Lords Resistance Army rebels from Central African Republic today. A total of 31 UPDF soldiers landed at Gulu Airfield in Gulu District on Tuesday and ...

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 ...

UPDF Ends Search for Joseph Kony in CAR - Uganda Radio Network

"First contingent of UPDF soldiers who were fighting LRA in CAR have landed in Gulu. We are still expecting more to arrive. So far 31 have landed." Login to license this image from 1$. In short. UPDF Spokesman Brigadier Richard Karemire says that the ...