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Strike over DR Congo poll delay

A strike has brought the Democratic Republic of Congo capital, Kinshasa, to a standstill, with shops closed and bus drivers not working. The strike was called to commemorate the deaths of four people killed in protests at hints that elections due in June might be postponed. Pamphlets have been circulated, calling the dead “martyrs of democracy”. A 2002 deal to end five years of war set June as the deadline for elections, while allowing for limited delays. Full Story

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