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U.S. Sends Troops To Uganda

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President Obama told Congress he is sending troops to Uganda and neighboring countries. The numbers aren't big: About a hundred American military advisers are going. But they have a significant job. They're tasked with helping African troops pursue members of the Lord's Resistance Army. Robert Siegel talks to NPR's Michele Kelemen for more.
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