UN Condemns Upsurge in 'Blind Violence' in Eastern Congo
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UN Condemns Upsurge in 'Blind Violence' in Eastern Congo

Brazzaville : Congo | May 30, 2012 at 12:53 PM PDT
Source: Voice of America
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The United Nations has condemned an upsurge of what it calls "blind violence" in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. U.N. military officials say some of the most brutal massacres in recent memory have been committed by Congolese ethnic militias and Rwandan rebels.     The U.N. FULL ARTICLE AT Voice of America
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