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article imageCongo protest in Toronto calls for Congolese president to resign Special

By KJ Mullins     Feb 16, 2012 in World
Toronto - Today protesters marched down Yonge Street in Toronto's downtown to protest the killings that are going on in their homeland of the Congo.
Rallies are being held worldwide for the ousting of President Kabila in the Congo.
At one of the downtown's major intersections at Yonge and Dundas the Congolese Protest blocked traffic as they spoke out against
Protesters burnt the American flag in the middle of the street. Police who were on the scene said that the act was illegal but did nothing to stop the action.
Protesters marched down Yonge Street in Toronto today protesting the killings in the Congo and calli...
Protesters marched down Yonge Street in Toronto today protesting the killings in the Congo and calling for the president to resign.
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Some of the protesters were wrapped in flags while others carried large signs showing those who have died in the Congo.
Protesters marched down Yonge Street in Toronto today protesting the killings in the Congo and calli...
Protesters marched down Yonge Street in Toronto today protesting the killings in the Congo and calling for the president to resign.
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President Kamilla was elected in December. There are allegations that the voting was rigged.
Police Department escort
Police Department escort
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