Uganda's military says troops have captured a commander of the Lord's Resistance Army [LRA] and freed 10 people who were held captive by the rebel group.
A military spokesman said African troops hunting the LRA seized Charles Okello in the Central African Republic.
The spokesman said most of those rescued were children.
The LRA is notorious for attacking and looting villages, and also for its forced recruitment of child soldiers.
The rebel group formed in the mid-1980's and battled the Ugandan government for 20 years before fleeing to nearby areas.
Ugandan troops have been leading a U.S.-backed African Union mission to capture LRA leader Joseph Kony and other LRA figures.
Kony is wanted by the International Criminal Court on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity. Authorities believe he is hiding in remote parts of the C.A.R.