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LRA poach ivory as hunt for Kony intensifies

LRA rebels are killing elephants for ivory to raise cash as an international hunt for their leader intensifies, say diplomats and activists.

Ugandan army captures Kony ally

One of the Lord's Resistance Army's top five rebels has been captured by Uganda, bringing the country a step closer to catching Joseph Kony.

Kony sequel to address overwhelming scrutiny

A wildly popular internet video turned African warlord Joseph Kony into a household name and boosted the international hunt. Can a sequel do more?

Invisible Children to release Kony 2012 sequel

Invisible Children say the sequel to Kony 2012 will give more details about Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony and the Lord's Resistance Army.

Ugandan Prime Minister’s counter video to Kony 2012

Ugandan Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi launched his own online campain to counter the <em>Kony 2012</em> video which recently went viral on the net.

The genius of Kony 2012

We've criticised Kony 2012 but haven't stopped to consider its genius, writes <b>Verashni Pillay</b>

Appalled Ugandans riot at Kony 2012 screening

A Ugandan audience has reacted with indignant outrage to a showing of Kony 2012, hurling stones at the screen and sending organisers fleeing.

Ugandans say anti-Kony campaign simplifies struggle

Many Ugandans have come out in criticism of a viral video campaign reproving LRA leader Joseph Kony saying it is too simplistic.

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