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Call to Cover the Night, but will Kony fighters be Invisible?

The hype generated by Invisible Children’s 30-minute video proved the power of social media, accumulating over 105 million views. But where are those supporters now, asks Dylan Barber?

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Essential: signs of life in the Labor remains? And Kony…

Labor appears to be recovering some ground on the economy, but it remains a distant second to the Coalition.

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The time has come — we must invade America to save its kids

Inspired by the Kony 2012 video, I’ve decided WE need to do something about an even greater children’s tragedy that’s unfolding right now. That’s the one not in Uganda, but in the US.

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Kony is not an island

Crikey readers have their say.

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Kony 2012: at least they are doing something

Crikey readers have their say.

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Everyone’s gone KONY crazy

Crikey readers have their say.

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Why you should be cynical about Kony 2012

A new online charity video called KONY 2012 has exploded on the internet in the last 24 hours. But be careful in supporting Invisible Children, the charity behind the video, since only 31% of its donations actually go to helping people.

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