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  • _ Drama: "Acholiland," Daniel Harrich of the American Film Institute (Los Angeles). News

  • The people of Acholiland, the area of northwestern Uganda where these fighters roamed the forests, had been living in fear for more than a decade.

    The Gun

  • If Alice Lakwena had intended to purify Acholiland and then Uganda, Kony and his spirits had another plan—to subjugate it by force.

    The Gun

  • The villagers in Acholiland are almost defenseless against them, and have suffered terribly.

    The Gun

  • Joseph Kony replaced her as the possessed guerrilla leader of Acholiland.

    The Gun

  • Issues of displacement, economics, familial destruction, education, and environmental degradation have all plagued the female population of Acholiland.

    Women of Northern Uganda « Gender Across Borders

  • Acholiland, the area of Uganda where he fought for years, remains economically depressed.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Villages lie in ruin, much of the population lives in camps, and the sight of victims of his squads' chilling tactics - including people with their noses and lips sliced away - can imbue Acholiland with a haunted feel.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Kony emerged in the late 1980s as a leader of a rebel group in northern Uganda's Acholiland opposed to President Yoweri Museveni, attracting supporters with a creed based on a mix of mysticism and apocalyptic Christianity.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Parroting the establishment line, Hitchens has no complaints about the UPDF brutalizing children in the refugee camps of Acholiland, and he never mentions the SPLA's conscription of thousands of child soldiers.

    Dissident Voice


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