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    Sequel to Kony 2012 Video Released

    FILE - This July 31, 2006 file photo shows Joseph Kony, leader of the Lord's Resistance Army, during a meeting with a delegation of 160 officials and lawmakers from northern Uganda and representatives of non-governmental organizations in Congo near the Sudan border. On Thursday, April 5, 2012, San Diego-based Invisible Children, the California group that produced the wildly popular video that turned Kony into a household name, posted a sequal on the Internet, Kony2012 Part II. (AP Photo, File)

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    Advocacy group Invisible Children has released a second video about African warlord Joseph Kony, after the first video was viewed more than 100 million times and renewed interest in the search for the missing warlord. “Kony 2012 Part II” addresses some of the concerns and criticisms raised about the organization since the first video. After that video went viral, Invisible Children’s cofounder Jason Russell was detained in Los Angeles on March 16 for masturbating in public and vandalizing cars, behavior that was later diagnosed as “reactive psychosis.”

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