Thursday, November 22, 2012

Democratic Republic of Congo: M23 rebels threaten to march to Kinshasa


Rebel fighters in the Democratic Republic of Congo have threatened to march on the capital, Kinshasa, after capturing the eastern city of Goma.

The M23 rebel commander told a crowd in Goma they were ready to topple President Joseph Kabila.

The rebels have also taken a small town near Goma, which is on the road to the region’s other main city, Bukavu.

Meanwhile, Mr Kabila is holding crisis talks with his Rwanda and Ugandan counterparts.

In a joint statement, the three - Mr Kabila, President Paul Kagame of Rwanda and President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda - called on the M23 to “immediately stop [its] offensive and pull out of Goma”.

The News: … orld-africa-20427682



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