We've been following the story of Joseph Kony, the warlord in central Africa who's wanted for crimes against humanity.
We're also following another warlord, this one in Democratic Republic of Congo.
Bosco Ntaganda is also wanted by the International Criminal Court for recruiting child soldiers.
His nickname is "Terminator."
Ntaganda's been involved in rebel activities since at least 2002 but as part of a 2009 peace deal, he and his rebels were assimilated into the Congolese army — until last month.
Ntaganda fled with his loyalists to eastern Congo and now they've taken over two towns there.
The BBC's Thomas Hubert is in Goma in eastern Congo.
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