FARDC still in control of Goma & Rwandan-Congolese artillery exchange

From Alex Engwete Tue Nov 20 2012, 04:03:00

I said in yesterday's post that a medical source in Goma thought that

M23 had entered the city as the firing that started at around 15:00

HRS (GMT + 2) continued unabated well into the evening.

Later on, I twitted a Radio Okapi report that conveyed the statement

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