Kidnappings in Uganda Rise Rebel groups in Uganda kidnap children to use as soldiers, as attacks in the country rise. Human rights groups say that the Lord's Resistance Army has kidnapped more than 20,000 children in the last 15 years to use as soldiers. Hear John Okello-Okello of the Christian Children's Fund.
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Kidnappings in Uganda Rise

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Kidnappings in Uganda Rise

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Rebel groups in Uganda kidnap children to use as soldiers, as attacks in the country rise. Human rights groups say that the Lord's Resistance Army has kidnapped more than 20,000 children in the last 15 years to use as soldiers. Hear John Okello-Okello of the Christian Children's Fund.