BBC report 23 February 2009 by Martin Plaut, BBC Africa analyst - excerpt:
The Anglican Archbishop of Sudan has called on the UK and US to help catch Ugandan rebel, Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) leader, Joseph Kony.
Daniel Deng said he believes he is hiding in the jungles of the Democratic Republic of Congo and southern Sudan.
LRA attacks have increased since forces from Uganda, South Sudan and DR Congo launched an assault on him in December.
The archbishop told the BBC Mr Kony's capture appeared beyond the abilities of the governments of the region.
Central Africa has already suffered 20 years of terror inflicted by the LRA.
On a visit to London, the archbishop said that international support was needed to locate him and "bring him to book".
See full report: West asked to catch Uganda rebel