DR Congo: Heinous crimes all round

From Hamish In Auckland Thu Dec 13 2012, 03:17:00

The Daily Monitor reports

Kabila government insists M23 committed terrible crimes

MUNYONYO

The Congolese Government delegation yesterday hit back at the M23 rebels, accusing them of committing "heinous" crimes in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo aimed at a peaceful resolution of the conflict during talks in Kampala.

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