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Congo opposition vows more pressure after protests

Congo’s opposition pledged on Friday to pile pressure on the government to quit, a day after at least one person was killed when security forces clashed with protesters angry at delays to post-war elections. A U.N. spokesman said police used excessive force to break up the protests, which were triggered by the government’s failure to organize elections by the end of June, as laid out by a 2003 peace deal to end a devastating five-year war. Full Story

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