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Conflict in eastern Congo forces thousands of schools to close

By Reuters
15 April 2023   |   5:05 pm
Thomas Tumusifu Buregeya wishes he were studying for his final school exams. Instead, he scrapes a living doing odd jobs in a displaced people's camp in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo after a wave of rebel violence upended his life yet again.

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