Ugandan Activist Reunited with Kidnapped Daughter Eight years ago, Ugandan activist Angelina Atyam's young daughter was kidnapped by a rebel group called The Lord's Resistance Army. This week the young woman escaped from her kidnappers was reunited with her mother. Angelina Atyam speaks with NPR's Scott Simon
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Ugandan Activist Reunited with Kidnapped Daughter

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Ugandan Activist Reunited with Kidnapped Daughter

Ugandan Activist Reunited with Kidnapped Daughter

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Eight years ago, Ugandan activist Angelina Atyam's young daughter was kidnapped by a rebel group called The Lord's Resistance Army. This week the young woman escaped from her kidnappers was reunited with her mother. Angelina Atyam speaks with NPR's Scott Simon