Ugandan peace talks limp along

Emerging from the bush wearing a bright yellow blouse and with a hoe in her hand, Bisatina Ayet explained that she grows food during the day in a garden near her current home, a camp for internally displaced persons in northern Uganda. At night, Ayet returns to sleep at the camp for fear of her safety. Countless communities in the north remain in a state of limbo as the peace negotiations between the Lord's Resistance Army and the Ugandan government continue.

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