November 25, 2012

Why the UN Must Respond to Rebels Splitting DR Congo

CS Monitor, Christian Science Monitor

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Before rebels known as M23 split up Congo any further, the United Nations must help this giant African nation find a unifying identity. The same goes for Rwanda.

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TAGGED: Rwanda, M23, Africa, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC of Congo, Congo, United Nations, UN

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