A top US military commander says the LRA has been reduced to "irrelevance" after years of joint military operations have killed most of its forces.
Ongwen is charged with the greatest number of crimes ever faced by an accused person before the international court
Alfred Olango fled a Ugandan region ravaged by conflict. His uncle in the town of Gulu expressed shock at killing.
There are about 2,000 Ugandan troops operating in the east of the Central African Republic
Hammer week: UN judges find Bemba, Karadzic guilty, but three big African war criminals still at large
Uganda rebel chief Kony, Rwanda genocide mastermind Kabugo, and Sudan’s president Bashir continue to elude international justice
The mass departures championed by the court's critics are unlikely to materialise, after no legally binding decision was made.
Prosecutors to seek ICC war crimes trial for Ugandan warlord—in a twist the 'White Ant' may say he was a victim
A former child soldier, infamous Lord's Resistance Army commander Dominic Ongwen faces 70 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Buhari seen to be on right track in battle against Nigeria’s Boko Haram, and Uganda’s LRA rebels are almost finished
Boko Haram has pledged allegiance to Islamic State, but there’s “limited evidence” they are actively cooperating. It’s a marriage of convenience.
As search for Nigeria's abducted girls rages, lessons from those seized by Kony, and who lived to tell the tale
The Mail & Guardian Africa spoke to survivors of Uganda's Aboke girls, who were kidnapped in 1996. The path back is long, they say.
Attacks on US interests and citizens is a key factor in the size of the bounty – more than causing death or destruction in a more “generalised” sense.
Surrender puts the LRA in the most vulnerable position, leaving its leader Joseph Kony are the only major target.
Strangely, rebel leader Kony named his favourite son Salim Saleh, after the brother of Uganda president Museveni- his number one foe.