BANGUI, Aug 1, 2009 (AFP) - Members
of a Ugandan rebel group have launched attacks against towns in the Central
African Republic that have left at least 10 people dead in the last two
weeks, humanitarian groups said Saturday.
The attacks by the Lord's Resistance
Army (LRA), launched from its rear bases in the Democratic Republic of
Congo, have also forced hundreds of people to flee their villages, UN and
aid group officials said.
In the worst incident, LRA rebels stormed
the market of the city of Mboki on July 24, the groups said.
Some of the shopkeepers fought back and