Stephen Lewis: Pursue al-Bashir for his crimes in Uganda, too

The writer, a deputy executive director at Unicef during the mid- to late-1990s, met with Sudan president Omar Hassan al-Bashir on several occasions to ask him to stop collaborating with the brutal Lord's Resistance Army, who were murdering, raping, and enslaving children from Northern Uganda. The writer argues that these crimes cannot be excused in the name of preserving the fragile peace between north and south Sudan.

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