DR Congo: Kinshasa's Sake stupidity

From Hamish In Auckland Sat Nov 24 2012, 19:11:00

The Irish Times reports

Congo rebels advance after beating off attack

Congolese rebels advancing near Sake in eastern Congo yesterday. Fighters widely thought to be backed by Rwanda met no resistance as they moved south. photograph: James Akena

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