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UN has 'no actionable intelligence' on LRA


For more than two decades, the notorious Lords Resistance Army (LRA) has spread terror in Northern Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo amongst other African regions.

Why has the LRA not been stopped and its messianic leader Joseph Kony captured?

Mike Thomson has been reporting for the programme in recent days about an often-forgotten war in which many thousands have died.

And Kevin Kennedy of the UN's peacekeeping department in New York assesses the threat from the LRA.

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