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Kony 2012: the reaction

Last week we set out to discover the real story behind Kony 2012 and question the tactics of the Invisible Children charity's campaign against the Ugandan warlord. The blog received 880,000 hits, 456 comments and hundreds of readers emailed in with their views. These are some of the responses The Kony 2012 film about the Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony and his child abductions has become a Facebook phenomenon, viewed nearly 76m times, and prompting reactions from the British, American and Ugandan governments.
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