December 5, 2012
Violence in Congo [SLIDESHOW]
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Recruits of the newly formed Congolese Revolutionary Army march during military training in Rumangabo military camp, Democratic Republic of Congo, on Oct. 23. Photo by James Akena/Reuters
A man takes a picture during the first public address by the M23 rebels spokesperson Vianney Kazarama at a stadium in Goma on Nov. 21. Photo by James Akena/Reuters
People gather around a tank abandoned by fleeing Congolese army in Ndosho, near Goma, on Nov. 21. Photo by James Akena/Reuters
Displaced families flee from renewed fighting between the Congolese Revolutionary Army (CRA) and Congolese army in Sake, 16 miles north of Goma, on Nov. 23. Photo by James Akena/Reuters
Leader of the March 23 Movement (M23) Jean-Marie Runiga addresses the media in Goma on Nov. 27. Photo by James Akena/Reuters
Journalists interview a wounded FDLR rebel fighter at a military base in Muti village, 93 miles west of the capital Kigali, on Nov. 28. Photo by James Akena/Reuters
M23 rebel fighters withdraw near the town of Sake, 26 miles west of Goma, on Nov. 30. Photo by Goran Tomasevic/Reuters
United Nations (U.N.) peacekeepers stand on top of their armored vehicle as they patrol a Lake Kivu shore while the Congolese national police arrive on a ferry (not in picture) at a port on Lake Kivu, Goma, on Nov. 30. Photo by James Akena/Reuters
M23 rebel fighters on a truck as they withdraw from Goma on Dec. 1. Photo by Goran Tomasevic/Reuters
A boy dances to celebrate government army FARDC soldiers return to Goma on Dec. 3. Goran Tomasevic/Reuters
Government army FARDC soldiers at an army barrack as they return to Goma on Dec. 3. Photo by Goran Tomasevic/Reuters
Government army FARDC soldiers drive in trucks as they arrive at Goma on Dec. 3. Photo by Goran Tomasevic/Reuters
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