Ugandan border town buries victims of rebel massacre that left 42 dead


A bereaved Ugandan border town on Sunday began burying the victims of a brutal attack on a school by suspected extremist rebels that left 42 people dead as security forces stepped up patrols along the frontier with volatile eastern Congo. Some students were burned beyond recognition; others were shot or hacked to death after militants armed with guns and machetes attacked Lhubiriha Secondary School.


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