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Human Rights Groups: LRA Safe Havens Are in Sudani
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May 07, 2013 1:19 PM
Human rights groups say the outlawed Lord's Resistance Army has found safe-haven along the still-contentious border between Sudan and South Sudan. As VOA State Department correspondent Scott Stearns reports, Chinese influence may help convince the government in Khartoum to get tough with the LRA.

Human Rights Groups: LRA Safe Havens Are in Sudan

Published May 07, 2013

Human rights groups say the outlawed Lord's Resistance Army has found safe-haven along the still-contentious border between Sudan and South Sudan. As VOA State Department correspondent Scott Stearns reports, Chinese influence may help convince the government in Khartoum to get tough with the LRA.


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