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September 05, 1985

Peace talks between Uganda's military regime and the country's main guerrilla group resumed, with both sides expressing eagerness to end bloodshed in the East African country. Two days of inconclusive talks, overseen by Kenya's President Daniel Arap Moi, were held last week under a news blackout. The Ugandan army ousted the government of President Milton Obote on July 27, and the National Resistance Army is the only major guerrilla group that has not come to terms with the new regime.

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