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Is Joseph Kony hiding in Sudan?

By Leonard Vincent

A report issued by the Resolve LRA Crisis Initiative, a US-based advocacy group, says Joseph Kony and his notorious Lord Resistance Army have sought refuge in Sudan for the last three years. The group says it has satellite images showing a camp in an enclave between Sudan and South Sudan believed to be, until March this year, Joseph Kony's hideout. Sudan has denied the allegations. RFI spoke to Michael Poffenberger, Resolve Group's Executive Director.


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