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War-Weary People of Congo Hope for Lasting Peacei
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September 04, 2013 5:02 PM
African leaders from the Great Lakes region are meeting Thursday to find a solution to fighting in the Democratic Republic of Congo between the armed forces and M23 militants. VOA East Africa Correspondent Gabe Josleow reports from the eastern town of Goma, where residents are hoping for a quick and firm end to the conflict.

War-Weary People of Congo Hope for Lasting Peace

Published September 04, 2013

African leaders from the Great Lakes region are meeting Thursday to find a solution to fighting in the Democratic Republic of Congo between the armed forces and M23 militants. VOA East Africa Correspondent Gabe Josleow reports from the eastern town of Goma, where residents are hoping for a quick and firm end to the conflict.


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