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Kenya’s President William Ruto says East African troops will enforce peace in eastern DR Congo

By France24
24 November 2022   |   7:04 am
Kenya's President William Ruto says East African troops will enforce peace in eastern DR Congo. The region has been in the grip of an offensive by the M23 armed group and 900 Kenyan soldiers were recently sent to the area.

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