UN: armed groups in volatile eastern Congo forming criminal networks despite reform efforts
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UN: armed groups in volatile eastern Congo forming criminal networks despite reform efforts

Brazzaville : Congo | Nov 29, 2010 at 8:05 AM PST
Source: Macleans
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The United Nations says armed groups in volatile eastern Congo, including the army, have bypassed international efforts at reform and have instead formed criminal networks to exploit the nation's mineral wealth. A report released Monday by the U.N. says the armed units have done so despite recent... FULL ARTICLE AT Macleans
 
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