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Invisible Children's co-founders, Jason Russell (from left), Bobby Bailey and Laren Poole, record footage in Africa in 2007. Their organization is set to close its doors in 2015.
December 15, 2014 Invisible Children made what some call the most viral video of all time, which helped the group raise more than $30 million — but most of that money is spent, and Joseph Kony is still on the loose.
The leader of the Lord's Resistance Army, Joseph Kony, in 2006.
March 24, 2014 The leader of the tiny Lord's Resistance Army is wanted for turning young captives into soldiers and for brutality that stretches across several nations. Social media helped spread the word about him.
Joseph Kony, the Ugandan leader of the Lord's Resistance Army, is being pursued by U.S. Special Forces and African armies. If he can raise enough money, adventurer Robert Young Pelton will be tracking him, too.
October 30, 2013 Adventurer Robert Young Pelton is trying to raise money to track down Kony, the notorious warlord from Uganda. Pelton thinks he can succeed even though several militaries, including U.S. Special Forces, haven't been able to locate him.
April 2, 2012 The activist group behind the "Kony 2012" movement and Web video that went viral in March says it will release part two on Tuesday. It promises more details and context about the African warlord's alleged crimes.
March 8, 2012 The arguments continue over the merits of the viral video and Kony 2012 social media blitz that this week have exploded onto the Web.
March 7, 2012 The hashtag term #stopkony is trending on Twitter, Reddit.com has been deluged with posts about Kony and he's the subject of a quickly growing number of blog posts and news stories. All thanks to an activist group's new video.
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