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Ugandan rebels cause panic in northeastern village

MISNA | Published on September 22, 2005

A group of Ugandan rebels from the LRA penetrated in the Democratic Republic of Congo, raiding the village of Losa, five kilometers from the border with Sudan. MISNA sources added that the LRA, followed by the Ugandan army up to southern Sudan, where the movement maintains some bases. According to Okapi Radio Okapi, Un radio in Congo, there are about ten rebels and they have left the border as of a few days ago. The Congolese Armed Forces (FARDC) have been sent in to diffuse the situation, regain control of the situation and strengthen their border presence. The whereabouts of the attack perpetrators is unknown. For the last 19 years the LRA has been leading raids and guerrilla warfare against the civilian population, in a war that has killed hundreds of thousands and over 1.5 million refugees.

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