Feb 3 2007 BBC report
. The burial has taken place in Uganda of Alice Lakwena, the self-proclaimed prophetess who began the long-running insurgency in the north of the country.
She died in a refugee camp in Kenya last month, but was buried in her native village in Gulu district where she is still remembered as a healer.
Alice Lakwena led a rebellion against President Yoweri Museveni in the 1980s.
Her followers were defeated by government forces, but regrouped to form the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA).
The LRA - led by Ms Lakwena's cousin Joseph Kony - is now holding talks to end its 20-year conflict.
"Thousands of people attended her burial," a local official in Gulu district said.
Note, her followers believed magic potions protected them in battle.