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West Africa:Finding the Right Role for the G5 Sahel Joint Force
12.12.2017/[ICG] Ten months after its launch, the G5 Sahel joint force (FC-G5S), a joint project under- taken by the five countries of the Sahel (Burkina Faso, M ...
Africa:Mohamed Salah is African Footballer of the Year 2017
12.12.2017/[BBC] Egypt and Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has been voted the overall winner of this year's BBC African Footballer of the Year Award, the first t ...
Nigeria:Fuel Scarcity Continues Despite Govt Order
12.12.2017/[Premium Times] Despite last Wednesday's directive by the Federal Executive Council, FEC mandating the Minister of State for Petroleum, Ibe Kachikwu, ...
Nigeria:How We Eliminated Five Boko Haram Commanders - General
12.12.2017/[Premium Times] The immediate past Theatre Commander, Operation Lafiya Dole, Ibrahim Attahiru, has said that the army operations in the troubled North ...
Zimbabwe:Army Maintains Heavy Presence At Grace Mugabe's Farm
12.12.2017/[New Zimbabwe] Mazowe -Heavily armed military police officers are still deployed along the Harare-Bindura highway at the junction which leads to the v ...
Zimbabwe:City Wants Controversial Chombo Land Deals Reversed
12.12.2017/[New Zimbabwe] Mutare city council has demanded the reversal of controversial land deals allegedly authorised by disgraced former finance minister Ign ...
Kenya:Supreme Court Explains Why It Upheld Kenyatta's Win
12.12.2017/[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Supreme Court has ruled that there was no need for fresh nominations ahead of the October 26 fresh presidential election.
Kenya:World Class Data Centre Launched in Nairobi County
12.12.2017/[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Nairobi County Government has launched a world class data centre which is the backbone of the Information Communication Tech ...
South Africa:I Don't Want to Talk About Sex Now - ANC Secretary General Mantashe
12.12.2017/[News24Wire] ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe on Monday laughed off claims that he had been engaging in WhatsApp conversations with a student as a ...
South Africa:Union Federation Slams Extension of Deadline for President Zuma
12.12.2017/[News24Wire] The South African Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) on Monday slammed the decision of the National Director of Public Prosecutions Shaun ...
Uganda:Police On High Alert As Age Limit Debate Returns to Parliament
12.12.2017/[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -Police and "sister agencies" are on high alert as parliament resumes this week to receive and debate the constitution ...
Congo-Kinshasa:Political Instability Fuels Rebels - Analyst
12.12.2017/[Deutsche Welle] The bodies of Tanzanian UN peacekeepers killed last week in DRC are being returned home this week as investigations continue into the ...
Nigeria:Amnesty Insists on Justice for Hundreds of Murdered Shiites
12.12.2017/[Premium Times] The Nigerian authorities must ensure justice, truth and reparation over the military's unlawful killing of more than 350 Shi'a Muslims ...
South Africa:Pregnant Woman Dies of Listeriosis
12.12.2017/[News24Wire] A pregnant woman has died of the foodborne illness listeriosis, the Gauteng Department of Health said on Monday.
Africa:You Can Get Away With Murder If You're Polite - And 4 Other Things We Learnt in 2017
12.12.2017/[The Conversation Africa] The last twelve months have been a confusing time for African democracy. We have seen coups that didn't look like coups and ...
Kenya:U.S. Praises Raila Odinga for Calling Off Swearing-in
12.12.2017/[Nation] The United States has praised opposition leader Raila Odinga for shelving plans to swear him in as the 'People's President', terming the move ...
Zimbabwe:Banks Now Accepting 99-Year Leases As Collateral
12.12.2017/[The Herald] The Bankers Association of Zimbabwe (BAZ) said on Friday it will now accept 99-year leases that were given to resettled farmers by Govern ...
Africa:Cliches Abound in Appeal for Donations
12.12.2017/[Deutsche Welle] Wide-eyed children, women using primitive tools, arid fields -- when appealing for donations, aid organizations deploy the very clich ...
Somalia:Journalist Killed by Car Bomb
12.12.2017/[VOA] An explosion in the Somali capital killed a television journalist late on Monday, witnesses and security sources say.
Uganda:Police Raid Shuts Down Uganda's Only Gay Film Festival
12.12.2017/[Thomson Reuters Foundation] London -Homosexuality is illegal in the socially conservative East African country and violence against lesbian, gay, bis ...
Sudan:Sudan Court Fines Party Sponsor, Acquits Women in Trousers
12.12.2017/[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The district court that acquitted 24 girls and women from the criminal charge of wearing indecent clothes at a party in sout ...
Nigeria:Six Soldiers Killed in Boko Haram Ambushes
12.12.2017/[This Day] Ibadan -At least six soldiers died in two separate Boko Haram ambushes in Borno State, military and civilian militia sources said on Tuesda ...
Nigeria:State Speakers Raise Hope On Passage of 'Not Too Young to Run' Bill
12.12.2017/[This Day] Abuja -With the endorsement by the two chambers of the National Assembly, speakers of states legislatures in the country have promised a sp ...
Cameroon:Pressure Mounts On Govt to Release Author
12.12.2017/[East African] Yaoundé -Pressure is mounting on Cameroonian authorities to set free an author and activist, Dr Patrice Nganang, who was arrested on li ...
Nigeria:U.S. Ambassador Explains Why Nigeria Not Part of G-20
12.12.2017/[This Day] Former United States Ambassador to Nigeria, Walter Carrington, on Monday said abysmal economic performance and over-reliance on petrodollar ...
Kenya:Kenya Marks 54th Independence Day
12.12.2017/[Nation] Kenyans early Tuesday started trickling in to Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani, for the 54th Jamhuri Day celebrations.
Somalia:Electoral Authorities Launch 5-Year Strategic Plan for 2020 Polls
12.12.2017/[Shabelle] Somalia's electoral authorities today launched a five-year roadmap - known as the Strategic Plan - to guide the management and administrati ...
Liberia:Govt Calls for Free, Open Safe Cyberspace
12.12.2017/[NEWS] Liberia has joined other nations in calling for a free, open and safe cyberspace that will allow digital trade and other activities which enhan ...
Liberia:Churches Urge Electoral Body to Implement Court Mandate
12.12.2017/[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The Liberia Council of Churches (LCC) has commended all major stakeholders in the election process and the Government of L ...
Ghana:How to Realise the SDGs - Akufo-Addo
12.12.2017/[Ghana Presidency] The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, is urging leaders on the African continent to see the Sustainable Devel ...




20.11.2008, latest comment 04.06.2008

My "summervacation" this year will be spent in Uganda. That's why I have invented this Uganda-section of "Vores hjemmeside (Our homepage)". It is in english to make the content accessible to my african friends. I hope you'll find it interesting and appealing. More specific details about my travel, my timeschedule and daily news from Uganda while I'm there, will also be availabe to those of my friends having login to "vores hjemmeside". You can get a login if you follow this link. When you are logged in the content of the lower right square is changed.

16.10.2006 skrev hhh
A short introduction: Try to move the mouse over the animal-names in the wildlife section, over the city-names in the geography section or over the names of ethnic groups in the people section, and see what happens.
16.10.2006 skrev hhh
Some of the functions on this page are IE6.0 specific. Sorry for the inconvenience.
03.06.2008 skrev anonymous
hey henrik- dit link til ugandas ambassade har et s- for meget Mvh Peter Schmidt
04.06.2008 skrev hhh
Hej Peter Tak for din hjælp til holde Vores hjemmeside vedlige. De bedste hilsner Hans Henrik

Southern Sudan

Southern Sudan is a new country in its building. I have collected information about Southern Sudan.
The Nature
The Civil Wars
The Future
The Country
The People
The Develop- ment Aid
You may find interest in the resources etc. I have collected. The page will continuously be developed.

LRA - 20 års terror i Uganda, Sydsudan og Congo

01.03.2009, kun adgang for Admin
Siden 14. december 2008 hvor Ugandas hær påbegyndte sin aktion mod Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) er omkring 900 blevet dræbt af LRA, talrige er blevet bortført og over 100.000 fordrevet fra deres landsbyer i det nordøstlige Congo og i Sydsudan. I Danmark er dette stort set ikke blevet nævnt i medierne. Det undrer, når en dræbt og 17 tilskadekomne i Cairo giver omfattende omtale i tv-aviserne og aftenshowet flere dage i træk. Hvorfor er den død og ødelæggelse, som LRA står bag, ikke nyhedsstof i Danmark?

Her kan du i tre artikler læse et historisk rids af LRA aktiviteter, en beskrivelse af operationen "Lightning Thunder" og i den tredje artikel om fredsforhandlingerne, den internationale krigsforbryderdomstol (ICC) og fremtiden i området.

Billedet er fra DRs omtale af filmen "Kony's warriors" om tre børnesoldater i Uganda.