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What a deadly school attack in Uganda shows about the Islamic State's impact in Africa

Relatives ride in the back of a truck with the coffins of villagers who were killed by suspected rebels as they retreated from Saturday's attack on the Lhubiriha Secondary School. (Hajarah Nalwadda/AP)
Relatives ride in the back of a truck with the coffins of villagers who were killed by suspected rebels as they retreated from Saturday's attack on the Lhubiriha Secondary School. (Hajarah Nalwadda/AP)

Here & Now‘s Robin Young speaks with the Wall Street Journal’s Gabriele Steinhauser about a chilling school attack in western Uganda, which left 42 people dead. The Ugandan government has blamed an Islamic State-affiliated group.

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