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Congo War Planes Kill 5 Civilians

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He added: “This is a very sad situation and confirms President Joseph Kabila’s determination to pursue a military option instead of talking peace. But we remain committed to peace talks.”

Abandi said the Congo war jets intended to destroy Rumangabo barracks – which is the headquarters of the M23 rebels and seat of their commander, Brig Sultani Makenga.

The latest developments signal a deterioration of the security and humanitarian situation in eastern Congo.

Photos obtained by Chimpreports show debris of houses destroyed in the airstrikes and shattered parts of human flesh.


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