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Vol 54 No 8

Published 12th April 2013


Military manoeuvres

An intervention force from the Southern African Development Community will soon deploy in eastern Congo-Kinshasa. It looks like a rerun of the 1998-2003 Congo war but some key participants will change (AC Vol 39 No 19, Militants and monarchs). SADC may again be defending the Kinshasa government against forces supported by Rwanda and Uganda, the Mouvement du 23 mars. This time, though, Mozambican soldiers will join the SADC troops, most of them from South Africa and Tanzania.

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