Angelo Izama

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In northern Uganda, the dry season is used to burn bushes; the fire drives snakes and other predators away. On the Ugandan side of the border with South Sudan, below a mountainous ridge along the Nile, is a village called Odrupele by locals. It is a place teeming with snakes.

Until a few years ago, children walking along the village’s paths were stalked by a greater threat lurking in the bushes — possible abduction by members of the Lord’s Resistance Army, whose leader, Joseph Kony, started a brutal campaign in the late 1980s to overthrow Uganda’s government by using child soldiers.…  Seguir leyendo »