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Vol 44 No 12

Published 13th June 2003


Congo-Kinshasa

Battle for Bunia

Quarrelling over posts in a power-sharing government, pitting Kinshasa's proxies against those of Rwanda, reflects a similar struggle in eastern Congo where Kinshasa and Rwanda back rival militias. In both cases, civil society and non-armed opposition are being squeezed out.

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