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Uganda warlord Kony on the move as manhunt steps up: U.N. envoy

A Ugandan soldier tracking down Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) fugitive leaders takes position behind a machine gun at a forest bordering Central African Republic (CAR), South Sudan and Democratic Republic of Congo, near river Chinko April 18, 2012. REUTERS/Stringer

A Ugandan soldier tracking down Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) fugitive leaders takes position behind a machine gun at a forest bordering Central African Republic (CAR), South Sudan and Democratic Republic of Congo, near river Chinko April 18, 2012....more

A Ugandan soldier tracking down Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) fugitive leaders takes position behind a machine gun at a forest bordering Central African Republic (CAR), South Sudan and Democratic Republic of Congo, near river Chinko April 18, 2012. REUTERS/Stringer
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Ugandan soldiers, who are tracking down Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) fugitive leaders, load supplies off a military helicopter in a forest bordering Central African Republic (CAR), South Sudan and Democratic Republic of Congo, near river Chinko April 18, 2012. REUTERS/Stringer

Ugandan soldiers, who are tracking down Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) fugitive leaders, load supplies off a military helicopter in a forest bordering Central African Republic (CAR), South Sudan and Democratic Republic of Congo, near river Chinko April...more

Ugandan soldiers, who are tracking down Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) fugitive leaders, load supplies off a military helicopter in a forest bordering Central African Republic (CAR), South Sudan and Democratic Republic of Congo, near river Chinko April 18, 2012. REUTERS/Stringer
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