Ugandan rebels vow to protect last four northern white rhinos in the wild

Can bad people do good things? The Independent Online reports: "Ugandan rebels pledged Monday to protect rare wildlife, including what are believed to be the world's last four northern white rhinos in the wild, at a remote park they occupy in eastern Congo. In an apparent bid to burnish their brutal reputation, the Lord's Resistance Army vowed to assist efforts to conserve endangered species in the Democratic Republic of Congo's Garamba National Park, where rebel leaders are holed up."

Full article: LRA rebels vow to protect rare wildlife.

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