1971-1972, 1974, 1979-1992, 1994-2011

  • Type: Internal/internationalized
  • Side A: Uganda
  • Side B: Military faction (forces of Idi Amin), Kikosi Maalum, Military faction (forces of Charles Arube), Fronasa, UNLF, FUNA, NRA, UNRF, UFM, HSM, UNDA, UPA, Lord's Army, Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), Allied Democratic Forces (ADF), WNBF, UNRF II


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