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Congolese protest alleged US, Belgium support of Rwanda

By Reuters
13 February 2024   |   3:24 am
Police in the Democratic Republic of Congo fired tear gas to disperse protesters who burned tires and US and Belgian flags near Western embassies and United Nations offices in Kinshasa on Monday.

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