Gulu

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population_total 96,000 population_metro population_density_km2 timezone utc_offset timezone_DST utc_offset_DST latd 02 latm 46 lats 48 latNS N longd 32 longm 18 longs 00 longEW E elevation_m 1100 postal_code area_code blank_name blank_info website footnotes '''Gulu''' is a city in Northern Uganda (Northern Region, Uganda). It is the commercial

and administrative centre of Gulu District. The city is located at 2˚46'48N 32˚18'00E. The distance from Gulu to Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city, is approximately by road. Distance between Kampala and Gulu with Map The town is served

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whoarewe history.php title Who are we publisher Fondation Teasdale-Corti pour l'hôpital Lacor accessdate 2011-02-17 She agreed to go with Corti, initially for a period of two months, and arrived in May 1961. On 10 June 1961 she performed her first operation, Arseneault (#Arseneault) p. 72 on a makeshift table, and thereafter spent mornings treating outpatients and afternoons in theater. thumb A train travelling towards Wau (File:Train Sudan towards Wau.jpg) * Wau is the terminus of a narrow gauge branch line of the Sudan Railways. A plan exists, as of 2008, to open a standard gauge line north from Gulu in Uganda to Wau. Through trains from Khartoum to Mombasa would be possible only if one of the lines was regauged. * Wau Airport - The airport, Wikipedia:Gulu


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is not in use. '''Gulu''' is an important city of Northern Uganda. It's the economic centre of the region, has some useful facilities for travellers and a handful of historic attractions. As violence related to the LRA rebel groups diminished, more NGO workers and travellers settled in and generally friendly local business owners are finding ways to cater to the increasing demand for hotels and restaurants. All in all, this may not yet be a vibrant city nor


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in 1961 in Odek, a village east of Gulu in northern Uganda, to father Luizi Obol and mother Nora, both farmers.

last Green first Matthew authorlink Matthew Green (journalist) title The Wizard of the Nile: The Hunt for Africa's Most Wanted publisher Portobello Books year 2008 isbn 9781846270314 pages 215 He is a member of the Acholi people.


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of exercise they're there nonetheless. Ask to see a couple of rooms on different floors and expect at least one or two things in the rooms to not work (think tv, drain or aircon). Still, an okay mid-range place for Uganda and the friendly staff leave most travellers with a fairly nice experience in the end. There's also good and free wifi in the lobby. *


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in 1961 in Odek, a village east of Gulu in northern Uganda, to father Luizi Obol and mother Nora, both farmers.

last Green first Matthew authorlink Matthew Green (journalist) title The Wizard of the Nile: The Hunt for Africa's Most Wanted publisher Portobello Books year 2008 isbn 9781846270314 pages 215 He is a member of the Acholi people.


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International published a human rights report on Uganda, entitled ''Uganda, the Human Rights Record 1986–1989''. It documented gross human rights violations committed by NRA troops. In one of the most intense phases of the war, between October and December 1988, the NRA forcibly cleared approximately 100,000 people from their homes in and around Gulu town (Gulu). Soldiers committed hundreds of extrajudicial executions as they forcibly moved people, burning down homes and granary granaries


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accord11 lra.shtml "LRA Government negotiations 1993-94" in Okello Lucima, ed., ''Accord magazine: Protracted conflict, elusive peace: Initiatives to end the violence in northern Uganda'', 2002. Soon afterward, the insurgency intensified and no significant efforts towards peace would be made for the next decade. Following a ten year stint in the Uganda Parliament from 1986 until 1996, she failed to win


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last Green first Matthew authorlink Matthew Green (journalist) title The Wizard of the Nile: The Hunt for Africa's Most Wanted publisher Portobello Books year 2008 isbn 9781846270314 pages 215 He is a member of the Acholi people.

publisher Portobello Books year 2008 isbn 9781846270314 page 121 Kony enjoyed a good relationship with his siblings, but was quick to retaliate in a dispute and when confronted he would often resort to physical violence. His father was a lay catechist (Catechism) of the Catholic Church and his mother


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.open&of ENG-UGA Uganda:Breaking the Circle", ''Amnesty International'', 17 March 1999 However, there were few reports of the systematic torture, equivalent to those committed during Amin and Obote's regimes. In its conclusion, the report offered some hope: The insurgency was historically confined to the region known as Acholiland, consisting of the districts of Kitgum, Gulu, and Pader

Gulu

'''Gulu''' is a city in Northern Uganda (Northern Region, Uganda). It is the commercial and administrative centre of Gulu District. The city is located at 2˚46'48N 32˚18'00E. The distance from Gulu to Kampala, Uganda's capital and largest city, is approximately by road. Distance between Kampala and Gulu with Map The town is served by Gulu Airport and a railway line.

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