Congo rebels plan to "liberate" country after Goma falls




 
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Congo rebels plan to "liberate" country after Goma falls
 
November 21st, 2012  
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Congo rebels plan to "liberate" country after Goma falls
GOMA, Democratic Republic of Congo (Reuters) - Rebel forces in eastern Congo said on Wednesday they planned to take control of the whole of the vast central African country after they captured the eastern town of Goma while United Nations peacekeepers looked on. A spokesman for the M23 rebels, a group widely believed to be backed by Rwanda, said they planned to "liberate" the country, by moving to the town of Bukavu and then marching on the capital, Kinshasa, nearly 1,000 miles away. "The journey to liberate Congo has started now ... We're going to move on to Bukavu and then to Kinshasa. ...




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