A government delegation has gone to eastern Democratic Republic of Congo to try to halt an outbreak of fighting. More than 20,000 people in the small town of Kanyabayonga, now controlled by dissident Congolese troops, have fled fierce clashes between rival factions. Interior Minister Theophile Mbemba said the mediation team wanted to establish the motives of the fighters. In a BBC interview, Rwandan President Paul Kagame has again denied deploying soldiers inside Congo. Full Story
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