Uganda Salvation Front
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The Uganda Salvation Front (alternately Uganda Salvation Army) was a terrorist organization operating in eastern Uganda.
- In 1998, the USF attacked Tororo Prison and abducted several inmates.
- In 1999, David Nyekorach-Matsanga, a senior official of the Lord's Resistance Army, announced his resignation. Matsanga stated that the LRA had become a tool of the Sudanese government, and that he would continue the fight to remove Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni with his own rebel group: the USF.
- Uganda: Country Reports on Human Rights Practices - 1999 Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor, U.S. Department of State. February 2000*
- VII. THE MOVEMENT SYSTEM AND THE CONFLICTS IN WESTERN AND NORTHERN UGANDA Human Rights Watch.
- Ugandan rebel official resigns BBC News. April 5, 1999.
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