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Congolese Peace Talks Threaten to Stall | NYTimes.com

KAMPALA, Uganda — Congolese rebels threatened to pull out of peace talks with the Congolese government, after accusing the Congolese military of arming militias to reinforce positions along the front lines in eastern Congo. For more on this story, visit: Congolese Peace Talks Threaten to Stall – NYTimes.com.

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U.S. Contributes $7.9 Million to the UN World Food Program’s Agriculture and Market Access Programs | ReliefWeb

The U.S. Mission in Uganda today announced a contribution of $7.9 million toward agriculture and market access activities of the UN World Food Program (WFP). The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), through the U.S. Government’s Feed the Future initiative, will deliver the funding on behalf of the American people. KAMPALA – The United States is the largest funder of ...

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M23 rebels return to peace talks as Congo government lays charges against rebels at talks | The AP via The Washington Post

KAMPALA, Uganda — Peace talks with rebels in eastern Congo should end with the disbandment of the M23 rebel movement, Congo’s foreign minister said Tuesday, declaring it a criminally-minded organization that has caused suffering in the country. Foreign Minister Raymond Tshibanda delivered his indictment of M23 on Tuesday after representatives of the group did not show up to a meeting ...

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U.N. Security Council extends Somalia peacekeeping force | Reuters

(Reuters) – The U.N. Security Council extended an African Union peacekeeping force in Somalia for four months on Wednesday as it mulls lifting an arms embargo and Uganda threatens to pull out troops over claims it is aiding rebels in Democratic Republic of Congo. The African Union has appealed to the 15-member council to review its arms embargo to help ...

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