Uganda begins ceasefire with LRA
Excerpt from BBC
A ceasefire between Uganda's government and the Lord's Resistance Army rebels has come into force.
The truce, signed on Saturday, gives rebels three weeks to assemble at points in southern Sudan where the regional government will protect them.
Comprehensive peace talks are then meant to start. Uganda has pledged that it will not try to attack the rebels.
Thousands have died during the 20-year conflict in northern Uganda, and more than one million have fled their homes.
The ceasefire took effect at 0600 local time (0300 GMT) on Tuesday.
Ugandan army spokesman Maj Felix Kulayigye told the BBC that so far the truce was holding.