In Uganda, Venerable Crime of Cattle Rustling Has Turned Deadly

Print More,1,2920484.story?coll=la-headlines-world-manual Livestock raids have been a fact of life among Ugandan tribes for most of their history. The Los Angeles Times reports the raids traditionally were sanctioned by village elders and carried out by a select cadre of fighters. Tribes usually participated in the raids with sportsmanlike respect for rules and procedures: no raiding during
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