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UN staff in Congo hurt in ‘hate speech’ attack

Four U.N. military observers in Democratic Republic of the Congo were wounded and 21 staff were evacuate after a mob incensed by “hate speech” sacked a U.N. regional office, the world body said on Friday. U.N. spokesman Farhan Haq said people in the southeastern town of Moba attacked the office after a local radio station aired false rumors that the United Nations was to resettle Congolese ethnic Tutsis in the region. Full Story

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