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UN report highlights Congo's continuing rape crisis
Goma - A new report by United Nations human rights inspectors says Congolese troops carried out systematic rapes of women and girls numbering nearly 200 toward the end of last year.
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M23 rebels on a truck in the streets of Goma, after they captured it in November 2012. M23 is just one of a number of rebel groups that are operating in DRC.
Villagers fleeing their homes in Sake, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)’s North Kivu province, after fighting erupted between FARDC Government forces and rebel groups
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