Two UN soldiers stand guard in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo. Rebels attacked a United Nations peacekeeping base in eastern Congo, killing at least 14 peacekeepers and wounding scores of others in the worst violence against the mission in this Central African country in years. Photo: AP Two UN soldiers stand guard in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo. Rebels attacked a United Nations peacekeeping base in eastern Congo, killing at least 14 peacekeepers and wounding scores of others in the worst violence against the mission in this Central African country in years. Photo: AP
Two UN soldiers stand guard in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo. Rebels attacked a United Nations peacekeeping base in eastern Congo, killing at least 14 peacekeepers and wounding scores of others in the worst violence against the mission in this Central African country in years. Photo: AP
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UN accuses Congo rebel groups of ‘war crimes’ after attack kills 15 peacekeepers and injures dozens more

Victims were all from neighbouring Tanzania, and were killed in the North Kivu province late on Thursday alongside five Congolese soldiers

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Two UN soldiers stand guard in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo. Rebels attacked a United Nations peacekeeping base in eastern Congo, killing at least 14 peacekeepers and wounding scores of others in the worst violence against the mission in this Central African country in years. Photo: AP Two UN soldiers stand guard in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo. Rebels attacked a United Nations peacekeeping base in eastern Congo, killing at least 14 peacekeepers and wounding scores of others in the worst violence against the mission in this Central African country in years. Photo: AP
Two UN soldiers stand guard in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo. Rebels attacked a United Nations peacekeeping base in eastern Congo, killing at least 14 peacekeepers and wounding scores of others in the worst violence against the mission in this Central African country in years. Photo: AP
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