January 12, 2012

U.S. Raises Hopes in Hunt for Rebel Warlord

Horand Knaup, Der Spiegel

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His troops murder, rape and force children to become killers. For decades, rebel leader Joseph Kony has savagely terrorized the jungles of Central Africa and evaded all his would-be captors. Many are hoping that bringing 100 US military advisers into the fight will finally end it.

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