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Nov 28, 2019
9:03AM

19 people killed in D R Congo by rebels

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19 people were killed on Wednesday in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) by a suspected group blamed for massacres that have sparked deadly protests against the United Nations' peacekeeping mission, the UN said.

Local administrator Donat Kibwana said 14 bodies had arrived at the morgue in Oicha, 30 kilometres from the city of Beni, adding that they were killed by machete.


A spokesman for the UN mission MONUSCO confirmed this figure, but later said the toll had been revised upwards. Nineteen dead. 

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