The Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) is spreading violence across South Sudan and other countries in central Africa. Here South Sudanese children cry at the funeral of Gabriel Makana, who was ambushed by the LRA and his body was mutilated. Makana was a popular employee in South Sudan's ministry of education who brought schools to rural areas.
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  • The Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) is spreading violence across South Sudan and other countries in central Africa. Here South Sudanese children cry at the funeral of Gabriel Makana, who was ambushed by the LRA and his body was mutilated. Makana was a popular employee in South Sudan's ministry of education who brought schools to rural areas.
    Credit: Trevor Snapp
  • Mourners place the casket of Gabriel Makana, a victim of the LRA, on the back of a truck in South Sudan.
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  • A boy sits in the Catholic Church of Tambura, South Sudan, after the LRA attacked the town's outskirts.
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  • South Sudanese civilians arm themselves with walking sticks for protection against the LRA.
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  • The Arrow Boys are a group of South Sudanese youths who try to protect their communities from the LRA. Here a group of Arrow Boys inspect the home of Tereza Polino, near Tambura, which was burned by the LRA.
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  • Tereza Polino recuperates in the Tambura Hospital after the LRA broke her arm, burned her home and stole her possessions in Zangia, Western Equatoria State.
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  • A South Sudanese family boils water near Tambura after being displaced from their villages by LRA attacks.
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  • South Sudan soldiers sit on a mound overlooking the village they are protecting against LRA attacks.
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  • South Sudan soilders with the Sudan People's Liberation Army inspect a car that was ambushed by the LRA and burned, killing three civilians traveling from Yambio to Tambura in Western Equatoria state.
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  • South Sudanese civilians arm themselves with walking sticks for protection from the LRA.
    Credit: Trevor Snapp
  • South Sudan soldiers with the SPLA cock their guns before traveling through an area where the LRA had recently attacked.
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  • South Sudanese civilians walk together through the tall grass on a narrow trail. People band together when traveling for protection against the LRA.
    Credit: Trevor Snapp

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