A film detailing atrocities committed by the Northern Uganda rebel leader Joseph Kony has become an Internet sensation, but faith leaders in the region said they fear the production will cause further trauma to the population who are recovering from a 23-year brutal war. ..
"While it publicizes the problem, we see it as being outdated. It should have been released in 2003 ... but now that it is drawing a new attention to the problem, we would like the international community to find ways of stopping Kony. He is still there," Anglican Bishop Johnson Gakumba of Northern Uganda diocese told ENInews in a telephone interview on 14 March from the town of Gulu. ..
A further interesting article about the background to the conflict can be found on the IRIN news stream