More than 32 million people have watched the video about Joseph Kony, infamous leader of the Ugandan guerrilla group, the Lord's Resistance Army. The new video is introducing Kony to a lot of people, but it's also generating a lot of criticism.
"Kony 2012" is still going strong. The World's Jason Margolis visited an 8th grade history class at Cambridge Friends School, a private school in Massachusetts, to get a sense of what the students there think of the film and its message.
Jeffrey Gettleman, East Africa Bureau Chief for The New York Times, wrote that the poaching of elephants for the illegal ivory trade has gotten out of control in Central Africa, and has become increasingly militarized.
Correspondent Michael Kavanagh traveled Thursday across the frontlines from rebel-held Goma, into Army-held territory, and then back again. He says the warring factions aren't all keen to negotiate and residents fear the insurgents.