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DR Congo violence: Dozens killed by rebels in Beni

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DR Congo violence: Dozens killed by rebels in Beni

DR Congo violence: Dozens killed by rebels in Beni

Protesters in DR Congo's Beni accuse UN peacekeepers of failing to stop North Kivu attack .


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