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Congo rebels quit border town, urge government to talk

Congolese Tutsi rebels withdrew on Monday from an eastern border town in what they said was a gesture to persuade President Joseph Kabila’s government to open peace talks with them. United Nations peacekeepers said rebel forces loyal to renegade General Laurent Nkunda had pulled out of Ishasha, on Democratic Republic of Congo’s eastern frontier with Uganda. (Full Story)

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