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Stalemate in eastern DR Congo

By: Stéphanie BRAQUEHAIS | Duncan WOODSIDE
1 min

In eastern DR Congo, the M23 rebels who captured Goma a week ago have declared they'll withdraw from the city, if President Joseph Kabila meets their demands. Their retreat to Rutshuru in North Kivu province will not, however, signal the end of the rebellion. Our reporters Stéphanie Braquehais and Duncan Woodside report from the road that runs from Goma to Minova, a town that's still being held by the Congolese army.

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