November 20, 2012

We Are All to Blame for the Agony of Congo

Simon Tisdall, The Guardian

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With all eyes on other troublespots, the world knows little, and seems to care even less, about the cycle of violence in the DRC.

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TAGGED: M23, North Kivu, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC of Congo, DRC, Congo, Africa

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