Hocking a loogie at M23 & Rwanda: My Goma sources safe in Bukavu via Gisenyi, Rwanda

From Alex Engwete Thu Nov 22 2012, 11:52:00

In a daring move that amounts to hocking a loogie at M23 and Rwanda,

two of my Goma sources--a physician and his wife, a political

scientist--left Goma at 6:00 HRS this morning local time (GMT + 2)

aboard a Toyota pickup, bribed M23 "border guards" ($500), entered

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