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UN identifies Congo killers

The UN has identified the killers of two of its military observers in north-eastern Congo and also uncovered evidence of cannibalism that occurred during more than a week of fighting for control of Bunia last month, a UN spokesman said yesterday. Madnodje Mounoubai said military investigators had gathered information on the circumstances of the deaths of the two officers in Mongbwalu, a gold mining town about 40 miles north-west of Bunia. Their bodies were discovered and exhumed from graves on May 18. Other UN officials said Major Sarwat Oran of Jordan and Captain Siddon Davis Banda of Malawi were cap tured and tortured before being shot in the head. Their genitals were cut off, the officials said. Full Story

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