Protest in DR Congo Claim Lives

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At least eight people have died and 28 other injured in the latest protest against UN peacekeepers in Democratic Republic of Congo.

The military governor of North Kivu province revealed that the peacekeepers fired in self-defence when protesters attacked their convoy as it was returning to the city of Goma.

Over the last year, there have been several protests against the UN peacekeeping force which is widely criticised for failing to stop rebel attacks in eastern DR Congo.

Last July more than 30 people were killed during protests.

Written by: Helen Obih

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