CNN: Invisible Children Volunteer Killed in Uganda Was Dedicated to Service
Tuesday, July 13, 2010: Nate Henn, the 25-year-old former University of Delaware rugby player who died in the Kampala, Uganda, bomb blast on Sunday, July 11, joined the nonprofit Invisible Children last year and spent much of his time as an unpaid volunteer, traveling with the group around the United States. Henn died from injuries suffered during a terrorist attack while he was watching the World Cup with friends at an Ethiopian restaurant in Kampala. Invisible Children works with Ugandan children affected by decades of war between rebels and government forces. Rebels abduct the victims — referred to as invisible children — and force them to fight the government. Some younger girls are forced into sex slavery. Read more and view video by Invisible Children co-founder Jason Russell.
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