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**FILE** Three-year-old Betty looks up April 27, 2012, at her mother, Adye Sunday, 25, at a center in Gulu, Uganda, set up to help those who have left or fled the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA). Sunday was abducted when she was 13 and forced to be one of the dozens of "wives" of LRA leader Joseph Kony, whom she says is also the father of her two children. (Associated Press)
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**FILE** Three-year-old Betty looks up April 27, 2012, at her mother, Adye Sunday, 25, at a center in Gulu, Uganda, set up to help those who have left or fled the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA). Sunday was abducted when she was 13 and forced to be one of the dozens of "wives" of LRA leader Joseph Kony, whom she says is also the father of her two children. (Associated Press)

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