Fighters loyal to the Lord's Resistance Army pose inside the forest near River Mbou in the Central African Republic
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A Ugandan-led rebel group operating in Central Africa abducted 498 civilians and killed 17 others in the first half of this year, a watchdog organization said Wednesday, suggesting a resurgence of the group whose leader is the target of an international manhunt.The attacks by the Lord's Resistance Army happened mostly in the eastern part of Central African Republic and in northern Congo, according to the LRA Crisis Tracker, which monitors the activities of the rebel group.Members of the LRA, including leader Joseph Kony, are the subject of an international manhunt that includes U.S. troops.
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