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Clashes in Kinshasa leave 50 dead, say DRC opposition groups

“Police and demonstrators have clashed in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, in the latest round of violence sparked by the ongoing political crisis in the troubled central African state. Opposition groups said more than 50 people died on Monday in clashes in the capital, Kinshasa. The government said at least 17 people had been killed but warned that the toll could rise further. Witnesses said protesters had beaten at least one police officer to death. Four people were also killed when the headquarters of three DRC opposition parties were torched overnight and early on Tuesday, Agence France-Presse reported.”

Source: Clashes in Kinshasa leave 50 dead, say DRC opposition groups | World news | The Guardian

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