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  • Reuters

    Uganda says troops to stay in Congo as long as needed to defeat ADF

    Uganda said on Friday that its troops sent this week into eastern Democratic Republic of Congo would stay as long as needed to defeat Islamist militants, with the progress of the mission to be evaluated after two months. Uganda and Congo launched a joint operation this week, but have so far shared few details about its size or expected duration, even as some voiced alarm about the presence of Ugandan troops on Congolese soil. At least 1,700 Ugandan soldiers have so far crossed into eastern Congo to join Congolese forces battling the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF), an armed group aligned with Islamic State, two security sources and local media said on Friday.

  • Better Homes & Gardens

    Tinsel-Covered Christmas Trees Are Back and Giving Us Major Nostalgia

    The iconic trend from the 1950s has officially made a comeback.

  • The State

    SC couple charged in storming of US Capitol on Jan. 6 plead guilty

    With the latest guilty pleas, five South Carolinians have so far pleaded guilty to criminal charges connected to the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.