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Ugandan rebels kill UN peacekeeper in DR Congo

Ugandan rebels killed an Indian UN peacekeeping soldier and wounded four others in an attack in Nord-Kivu province in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo, the United Nations said. “An Indian blue helmet was killed and four others wounded, one seriously” when their camp at a village in Nord-Kivu “was hit by an RPG 7 rocket and came under heavy fire, to which they responded forcefully,” a statement from the UN mission in the DRC, MONUC, said on Sunday. The attack in the early hours of the morning (about 0330 GMT) was blamed on Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) rebels opposed to President Yoweri Museveni’s regime in Uganda, across the eastern border. The incident took place at Mukungwe, a village south of Beni in the north of the province. Full Story

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