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CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/CHILDREN
RTXARDV
November 19, 2008
A child soldier (C), known as "Kadogo," meaning "small one" in Swahili, stands at the front line at Kanyabayonga...
Kanyabayonga, Congo, Democratic Republic of the
A child soldier stands at the front line in eastern Congo
A child soldier (C), known as "Kadogo," meaning "small one" in Swahili, stands at the front line at Kanyabayonga in eastern Congo, November 17, 2008. Snatched from their homes by armed men who force them to carry ammunition, fight and kill, beaten if they refuse, east Congo's child soldiers are teenage victims of an unforgiving war. Child protection agencies report a surge in recruitment of under-18 soldiers by warring factions in Democratic Republic of Congo's eastern North Kivu province, where increased fighting since August has displaced hundreds of thousands of people. Picture taken November 17, 2008. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/CHILDREN
RTXARD6
November 19, 2008
A child soldier, known as "Kadogo", meaning "small one" in Swahili, stands at the front line at Kanyabayonga...
Kanyabayonga, Congo, Democratic Republic of the
A child soldier stands at the front line in eastern Congo
A child soldier, known as "Kadogo", meaning "small one" in Swahili, stands at the front line at Kanyabayonga in eastern Congo, November 17, 2008. Snatched from their homes by armed men who force them to carry ammunition, fight and kill, beaten if they refuse, east Congo's child soldiers are teenage victims of an unforgiving war. Child protection agencies report a surge in recruitment of under-18 soldiers by warring factions in Democratic Republic of Congo's eastern North Kivu province, where increased fighting since August has displaced hundreds of thousands of people. Picture taken November 17, 2008. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC
RTXAOZ8
November 17, 2008
A government soldier carries his weapon in Kibati, just north of Goma in eastern Congo, November 17,...
Kanyabayonga, Congo, Democratic Republic of the
A government soldier carries his weapon in eastern Congo
A government soldier carries his weapon in Kibati, just north of Goma in eastern Congo, November 17, 2008. Tutsi rebels in eastern Congo have overrun a government army base, advancing despite their leader's pledge to respect a ceasefire and engage in U.N.-backed peace talks, witnesses said on Monday. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC
RTXAOZ7
November 17, 2008
A traditional Mai Mai militia fighter carries a spear in the town of Kanyabayonga in eastern Congo, November...
Kanyabayonga, Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Traditional Mai Mai militia fighter walks in the town of Kanyabayonga in eastern Congo
A traditional Mai Mai militia fighter carries a spear in the town of Kanyabayonga in eastern Congo, November 17, 2008. Tutsi rebels in eastern Congo have overrun a government army base, advancing despite their leader's pledge to respect a ceasefire and engage in U.N.-backed peace talks, witnesses said on Monday. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC
RTXAOZ3
November 17, 2008
Government troops ride a vehicle while leaving the town of Kanyabayonga in eastern Congo, November 17,...
Kanyabayonga, Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Government troops ride a vehicle while leaving the town of Kanyabayonga in eastern Congo
Government troops ride a vehicle while leaving the town of Kanyabayonga in eastern Congo, November 17, 2008. Tutsi rebels in eastern Congo have overrun a government army base, advancing despite their leader's pledge to respect a ceasefire and engage in U.N.-backed peace talks, witnesses said on Monday. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC
RTXAOZ1
November 17, 2008
A woman fleeing an advancing rebel army is questioned by government troops in the town of Kanyabayonga...
Kanyabayonga, Congo, Democratic Republic of the
A woman fleeing an advancing rebel army is questioned by government troops in the town of Kanyabayonga...
A woman fleeing an advancing rebel army is questioned by government troops in the town of Kanyabayonga in eastern Congo, November 17, 2008. Tutsi rebels in eastern Congo have overrun a government army base, advancing despite their leader's pledge to respect a ceasefire and engage in U.N.-backed peace talks, witnesses said on Monday. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC
RTXAOYX
November 17, 2008
People who fled their homes ahead of an advancing rebel army build a shelter in the town of Kanyabayonga...
Kanyabayonga, Congo, Democratic Republic of the
People who fled their homes build a shelter in Kanyabayonga in eastern Congo
People who fled their homes ahead of an advancing rebel army build a shelter in the town of Kanyabayonga in eastern Congo, November 17, 2008. Tutsi rebels in eastern Congo have overrun a government army base, advancing despite their leader's pledge to respect a ceasefire and engage in U.N.-backed peace talks, witnesses said on Monday. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC
RTXAOYT
November 17, 2008
People wait for food aid in Rutshuru in eastern Congo, November 17, 2008. Tutsi rebels in eastern Congo...
Kanyabayonga, Congo, Democratic Republic of the
People wait for food aid in Rutshuru in eastern Congo
People wait for food aid in Rutshuru in eastern Congo, November 17, 2008. Tutsi rebels in eastern Congo have overrun a government army base, advancing despite their leader's pledge to respect a ceasefire and engage in U.N.-backed peace talks, witnesses said on Monday. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC
RTXAOYQ
November 17, 2008
A traditional Mai Mai militia fighter carries a spear in the town of Kanyabayonga in eastern Congo, November...
Kanyabayonga, Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Traditional Mai Mai militia fighter walks in the town of Kanyabayonga in eastern Congo
A traditional Mai Mai militia fighter carries a spear in the town of Kanyabayonga in eastern Congo, November 17, 2008. Tutsi rebels in eastern Congo have overrun a government army base, advancing despite their leader's pledge to respect a ceasefire and engage in U.N.-backed peace talks, witnesses said on Monday. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC
RTXAOYP
November 17, 2008
Traditional Mai Mai militia fighters stand guard with spears in the town of Kanyabayonga in eastern Congo,...
Kanyabayonga, Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Traditional Mai Mai militia fighters stand guard in the town of Kanyabayonga in eastern Congo
Traditional Mai Mai militia fighters stand guard with spears in the town of Kanyabayonga in eastern Congo, November 17, 2008.Tutsi rebels in eastern Congo have overrun a government army base, advancing despite their leader's pledge to respect a ceasefire and engage in U.N.-backed peace talks, witnesses said on Monday. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC-UN
RTR18UIP
January 21, 2006
A Congolese government soldier and a United Nations peacekeeper stand guard before a crowd of displaced...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Congolese government soldier and a United Nations peacekeeper stand guard before a crowd of displaced...
A Congolese government soldier and a United Nations peacekeeper stand guard before a crowd of displaced people at Kanyabayonga, in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, January 21, 2006. Sending in special forces and helicopter gunships to battle marauding rebels, U.N. troops in the country are pushing the limits of their peacekeeping mandate and taking casualties in the process. The deaths of eight Guatemalan peacekeepers in combat on Monday highlight the U.N.'s determination to take the offensive in Democratic Republic of Congo's east, where rebels continue to roam and government forces repeatedly flee their positions. Picture taken January 21, 2006. REUTERS/David Lewis
CONGO DEMOCRATIC TOWN
RTR18LNF
January 21, 2006
A Congolese government soldier stands guard before a crowd of displaced people at Kanyabayonga, in eastern...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Congolese government soldier stands guard before crowd of displaced people in eastern Democratic Republic...
A Congolese government soldier stands guard before a crowd of displaced people at Kanyabayonga, in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, January 21, 2006. Tens of thousands of people fled their homes in the area on Saturday after two days of fighting between government troops and dissident fighters who overran at least two towns, officials said. Fighters loyal to renegade ex-army commander Laurent Nkunda, who reject a peace process to end Congo's five-year war, began an offensive on Thursday and have briefly occupied a number of towns and villages in cat-and-mouse fighting with the army. REUTERS/David Lewis
CONGO
RTRIT9B
December 22, 2004
Displaced Congolese return to their homes as United Nations peacekeepers establish a buffer zone in eastern...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Displaced Congolese return to their homes as United Nations peacekeepers establish a buffer zone in ......
Displaced Congolese return to their homes as United Nations peacekeepers establish a buffer zone in eastern Congo. Displaced Congolese return to their homes in Kanyabayonga as United Nations peacekeepers establish a buffer zone to stop clashes between rival army factions that have uprooted thousands and raised tensions with Rwanda December 22, 2004 in the lush hills of eastern Congo. The South African troops in an armored personnel carrier mounted with machineguns, an all-terrain vehicle and a medical truck drove north from the city of Goma to help secure the zone between the front lines of the two rival forces. Picture taken December 22, 2004. REUTERS/David Lewis
DRC
RTXN3YX
December 20, 2004
-PHOTO TAKEN 17DEC04- A Renegade soldier loyal to the Congolese Rally for Democracy (RDC), the main...
Kanyabayonga, Democratic Republic of Congo
-PHOTO TAKEN 17DEC04- A Renegade soldier loyal to the Congolese Rally for Democracy (RDC), the main.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 17DEC04- A Renegade soldier loyal to the Congolese Rally for Democracy (RDC), the main rebel group fighting to overthrow [President Joseph Kabila] hold his weapon as he patrols in a vehicle in Kanyabayonga, eastern Congo in this picture taken on December 17, 2004. [Rwanda will no longer threaten to send soldiers into the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo to pursue Rwandan Hutu rebels, Rwandan Foreign Minister Charles Murigande said on Monday.] Picture taken on December 17, 2004.
DRC
RTXN3LJ
December 18, 2004
A masked rebel soldier of Democratic Republic of Congo patrols near the front line in Kanyabayonga, Eastern...
Kanyabayonga, Democratic Republic of Congo
A masked rebel soldier of Democratic Republic of Congo patrols near the front line in Kanyabayonga, .....
A masked rebel soldier of Democratic Republic of Congo patrols near the front line in Kanyabayonga, Eastern Congo December 17, 2004 after confronting army loyalists. The DRC Goma, a Rwandan-backed rebel faction declared victory after clashes that stirred fears of fresh violence in turbulent central Africa. Picture taken December 17, 2004.
CONGO
RTRIMCW
December 17, 2004
A Renegade soldier loyal to the Congolese Rally for Democracy (RDC), the main rebel group fighting to...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
A Renegade soldier loyal to the Congolese Rally for Democracy patrol in Kanyabayonga.
A Renegade soldier loyal to the Congolese Rally for Democracy (RDC), the main rebel group fighting to overthrow President Joseph Kabila hold his weapon as he patrols in a vehicle in Kanyabayonga, eastern Congo in this picture taken on December 17, 2004. Rwanda will no longer threaten to send soldiers into the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo to pursue Rwandan Hutu rebels, Rwandan Foreign Minister Charles Murigande said on Monday. Picture taken on December 17, 2004. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti pictures of the month December 2004 RSS/THI
CONGO
RTRIMBV
December 17, 2004
Renegade soldiers loyal to the Congolese Rally for Democracy (RDC), the main rebel group fighting to...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Renegade soldiers loyal to the Congolese Rally for Democracy patrol in Kanyabayonga.
Renegade soldiers loyal to the Congolese Rally for Democracy (RDC), the main rebel group fighting to overthrow President Joseph Kabila patrol in Kanyabayonga, eastern Congo in this picture taken on December 17, 2004. Rwanda will no longer threaten to send soldiers into the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo to pursue Rwandan Hutu rebels, Rwandan Foreign Minister Charles Murigande said on Monday. Picture taken on December 17, 2004. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/DL
CONGO
RTRIM92
December 17, 2004
Renegade soldiers loyal to the Congolese Rally for Democracy (RDC), the main rebel group fighting to...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Renegade soldiers loyal to the Congolese Rally for Democracy patrol in Kanyabayonga.
Renegade soldiers loyal to the Congolese Rally for Democracy (RDC), the main rebel group fighting to overthrow President Joseph Kabila patrol in Kanyabayonga, eastern Congo in this picture taken on December 17, 2004. Rwanda will no longer threaten to send soldiers into the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo to pursue Rwandan Hutu rebels, Rwandan Foreign Minister Charles Murigande said on Monday. Picture taken on December 17, 2004. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/THI
CONGO
RTRIJ0U
December 17, 2004
An armoured vehicle from the U.N. Mission in Congo (MONUC) patrols in the deserted town of Kanyabayonga,...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
A MONUC armoured vehicle patrol in the deserted town of Kanyabayonga in Eastern Congo.
An armoured vehicle from the U.N. Mission in Congo (MONUC) patrols in the deserted town of Kanyabayonga, December 17, 2004, days after the outbreak of hostilities between the rebel forces of Democratic Republic of Congo and army loyalists in the eastern Kivu province. MONUC had stood by ineffectively since Rwanda took a "reckless decision to play with fire" by threatening to send troops into The Democratic Republic of Congo last month, the International Crisis Group said in a report. Picture taken December 17, 2004. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/DL
CONGO
RTRIJ0C
December 17, 2004
Rebel soldiers of Democratic Republic of Congo patrol near the front line in Kanyabayonga, Eastern Congo...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Rebel soldiers of Democratic Republic of Congo patrol near the front line in Kanyabayonga Eastern Congo....
Rebel soldiers of Democratic Republic of Congo patrol near the front line in Kanyabayonga, Eastern Congo December 17, 2004 after confronting army loyalists. The DRC Goma, a Rwandan-backed rebel faction declared victory after clashes that stirred fears of fresh violence in turbulent central Africa. Picture taken December 17, 2004. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/DL
CONGO
RTRIIZL
December 17, 2004
An armoured vehicle from the U.N. Mission in Congo (MONUC) patrols in the deserted town of Kanyabayonga,...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
A MONUC armoured vehicle patrol in the deserted town of Kanyabayonga in Eastern Congo.
An armoured vehicle from the U.N. Mission in Congo (MONUC) patrols in the deserted town of Kanyabayonga, December 17, 2004, days after the outbreak of hostilities between the rebel forces of Democratic Republic of Congo and army loyalists in the eastern Kivu province. MONUC had stood by ineffectively since Rwanda took a "reckless decision to play with fire" by threatening to send troops into The Democratic Republic of Congo last month, the International Crisis Group said in a report. Picture taken December 17, 2004. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/DL
CONGO
RTRIIZ5
December 17, 2004
A masked rebel soldier of Democratic Republic of Congo patrols near the front line in Kanyabayonga Eastern...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
A masked rebel soldier of Democratic Republic of Congo patrols near the front line in Kanyabayonga ......
A masked rebel soldier of Democratic Republic of Congo patrols near the front line in Kanyabayonga Eastern Congo. A masked rebel soldier of Democratic Republic of Congo patrols near the front line in Kanyabayonga, Eastern Congo December 17, 2004 after confronting army loyalists. The DRC Goma, a Rwandan-backed rebel faction declared victory after clashes that stirred fears of fresh violence in turbulent central Africa. Picture taken December 17, 2004. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
CONGO
RTRIIYX
December 17, 2004
A masked rebel soldier of Democratic Republic of Congo rests during a patrol near the front line in Kanyabayonga...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
A masked rebel soldier of Democratic Republic of Congo rests during a patrol near the front line in ......
A masked rebel soldier of Democratic Republic of Congo rests during a patrol near the front line in Kanyabayonga Eastern Congo. A masked rebel soldier of Democratic Republic of Congo rests during a patrol near the front line in Kanyabayonga, Eastern Congo, December 17, 2004 after confronting army loyalists. The DRC Goma, a Rwandan-backed rebel faction declared victory after clashes that stirred fears of fresh violence in turbulent central Africa. Picture taken December 17, 2004. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
CONGO DEMOCRATIC TOWN
RTRII3D
December 17, 2004
A rebel soldier of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) - DRC Goma - gestures towards a dead body of an...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
A rebel soldier of Democratic Republic of Congo gestures towards a dead body in Kanyabayonga.
A rebel soldier of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) - DRC Goma - gestures towards a dead body of an army loyalist near the front line in Kanyabayonga town December 17, 2004. The DRC Goma, a Rwandan-backed rebel faction declared victory on Friday after clashes against army loyalists that stirred fears of fresh violence in turbulent central Africa. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS//JV
CONGO DEMOCRATIC TOWN
RTRII37
December 17, 2004
Rebel soldier of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) - DRC Goma - look at a dead body of an army loyalist...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Rebel soldiers of Democratic Republic of Congo look at a dead body in Kanyabayonga.
Rebel soldier of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) - DRC Goma - look at a dead body of an army loyalist near the front line in Kanyabayonga town December 17, 2004. The DRC Goma, a Rwandan-backed rebel faction declared victory on Friday after clashes against army loyalists that stirred fears of fresh violence in turbulent central Africa. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/JV
CONGO DEMOCRATIC TOWN
RTRII33
December 17, 2004
Rebel soldiers of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) - DRC Goma - pass the body of an army loyalist near...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Rebel soldiers of Democratic Republic of Congo pass body in Kanyabayonga.
Rebel soldiers of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) - DRC Goma - pass the body of an army loyalist near the front line in Kanyabayonga town December 17, 2004. The DRC Goma, a Rwandan-backed rebel faction declared victory on Friday after clashes against army loyalists that stirred fears of fresh violence in turbulent central Africa. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/JV
CONGO DEMOCRATIC TOWN
RTRII2F
December 17, 2004
Women carry their belongings as they return to Kanyabayonga town December 17, 2004 five days after fleeing...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Women carry their belongings as they return to Kanyabayonga town in Democratic Republic of Congo.
Women carry their belongings as they return to Kanyabayonga town December 17, 2004 five days after fleeing the outbreak of hostilities between the rebel forces of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) - DRC Goma - and army loyalists. The DRC Goma, a Rwandan-backed rebel faction declared victory on Friday after clashes against army loyalists that stirred fears of fresh violence in turbulent central Africa. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/JV
CONGO DEMOCRATIC TOWN
RTRII1U
December 17, 2004
Rebel soldiers of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) - DRC Goma - patrol near the front line in Kanyabayonga...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Rebel soldiers of Democratic Republic of Congo patrol near the front line in Kanyabayonga.
Rebel soldiers of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) - DRC Goma - patrol near the front line in Kanyabayonga town December 17, 2004 after confronting army loyalists. The DRC Goma, a Rwandan-backed rebel faction declared victory on Friday after clashes that stirred fears of fresh violence in turbulent central Africa. RUETERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/JV
CONGO
RTRII15
December 17, 2004
Rebel soldiers of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) - DRC Goma - patrol near the front line in Kanyabayonga...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Rebel soldiers of Democratic Republic of Congo patrol near the front line in Kanyabayonga.
Rebel soldiers of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) - DRC Goma - patrol near the front line in Kanyabayonga town December 17, 2004 after confronting army loyalists. The DRC Goma, a Rwandan-backed rebel faction declared victory on Friday after clashes that stirred fears of fresh violence in turbulent central Africa. RUETERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/JV
CONGO DEMOCRATIC TOWN
RTRII08
December 17, 2004
A rebel soldier of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) - DRC Goma - holds his weapon as he patrols near...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
A rebel soldier of Democratic Republic of Congo patrols near the front line in Kanyabayonga.
A rebel soldier of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) - DRC Goma - holds his weapon as he patrols near the front line in Kanyabayonga town December 17, 2004 after confronting army loyalists. The DRC Goma, a Rwandan-backed rebel faction declared victory on Friday after clashes that stirred fears of fresh violence in turbulent central Africa. RUETERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/JV
CONGO DEMOCRATIC TOWN
RTRIHYZ
December 17, 2004
A wounded prisoner of the rebel forces of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) screams in pain in Kanyabayonga....
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
A wounded prisoner of the rebel forces of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) screams in pain in ...
A wounded prisoner of the rebel forces of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) screams in pain in Kanyabayonga. A wounded prisoner of the rebel forces of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) screams in pain as a doctor cleans his wound in Kanyabayonga town December 17, 2004. The DRC Goma, a Rwandan-backed rebel faction declared victory on Friday after clashes against army loyalists that stirred fears of fresh violence in turbulent central Africa. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
CONGO DEMOCRATIC TOWN
RTRIHYB
December 17, 2004
Rebel soldiers of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) patrol near the front line in Kanyabayonga town...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Rebel soldiers of Democratic Republic of Congo patrol near the front line in Kanyabayonga.
Rebel soldiers of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) patrol near the front line in Kanyabayonga town December 17, 2004 after confronting army loyalists. The DRC Goma, a Rwandan-backed rebel faction declared victory on Friday after clashes that stirred fears of fresh violence in turbulent central Africa. RUETERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/JV
CONGO DEMOCRATIC TOWN
RTRIHY3
December 17, 2004
Rebel soldiers of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) patrol near the front line in Kanyabayonga town...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Rebel soldiers of Democratic Republic of Congo patrol near the front line in Kanyabayonga.
Rebel soldiers of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) patrol near the front line in Kanyabayonga town December 17, 2004 after confronting army loyalists. The DRC Goma, a Rwandan-backed rebel faction declared victory on Friday after clashes that stirred fears of fresh violence in turbulent central Africa. RUETERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/JV
CONGO
RTRIM8Q
December 16, 2004
Renegade soldiers loyal to the Congolese Rally for Democracy (RDC), the main rebel group fighting to...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Renegade soldiers loyal to the Congolese Rally for Democracy patrol in Kanyabayonga.
Renegade soldiers loyal to the Congolese Rally for Democracy (RDC), the main rebel group fighting to overthrow President Joseph Kabila hold their weapons as they patrol in a vehicle in Kanyabayonga, eastern Congo in this picture taken on December 16, 2004. Rwanda will no longer threaten to send soldiers into the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo to pursue Rwandan Hutu rebels, Rwandan Foreign Minister Charles Murigande said on Monday. Picture taken on December 16, 2004. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/THI
CONGO
RTRIM78
December 16, 2004
Renegade soldiers loyal to the Congolese Rally for Democracy (RDC), the main rebel group fighting to...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Renegade soldiers loyal to the Congolese Rally for Democracy patrol in Kanyabayonga.
Renegade soldiers loyal to the Congolese Rally for Democracy (RDC), the main rebel group fighting to overthrow President Joseph Kabila patrol in a vehicle passing in front of their movement headquarters in Kanyabayonga, eastern Congo in this picture taken on December 16, 2004. Rwanda will no longer threaten to send soldiers into the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo to pursue Rwandan Hutu rebels, Rwandan Foreign Minister Charles Murigande said on Monday. Picture taken on December 16, 2004. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/THI
CONGO
RTRIDD8
December 16, 2004
Two Congolese men take goods from a shop using a hole made in the wall in Eastern Congo's deserted town...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Two Congolese men take goods from a shop in Eastern Congo's deserted town of Kanyabayonga.
Two Congolese men take goods from a shop using a hole made in the wall in Eastern Congo's deserted town of Kanyabayonga December 16, 2004 which is deserted due to clashes in the area. The Democratic Republic of Congo has replaced its army commander in the eastern province of North Kivu, the scene of days of fighting between government reinforcements and rebel units, authorities said. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/AA
CONGO
RTRIDD1
December 16, 2004
A renegade Congolese soldier stands at an outpost in Eastern Congo deserted town of Kanyabayonga December...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
A renegade Congolese soldier stands at an outpost in Eastern Congo deserted town of Kanyabayonga.
A renegade Congolese soldier stands at an outpost in Eastern Congo deserted town of Kanyabayonga December 16, 2004 which is deserted due to clashes in the area. The Democratic Republic of Congo has replaced its army commander in the eastern province of North Kivu, the scene of days of fighting between government reinforcements and rebel units, authorities said. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti REUTERS RSS/AA
CONGO
RTRIDCV
December 16, 2004
A renegade Congolese soldier walks at an outpost in Eastern Congo deserted town of Kanyabayonga December...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
A renegade Congolese soldier walks at an outpost in Eastern Congo deserted town of Kanyabayonga.
A renegade Congolese soldier walks at an outpost in Eastern Congo deserted town of Kanyabayonga December 16, 2004 which is deserted due to clashes in the area. The Democratic Republic of Congo has replaced its army commander in the eastern province of North Kivu, the scene of days of fighting between government reinforcements and rebel units, authorities said. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/AA
CONGO
RTRIDCO
December 16, 2004
Two Congolese children walk in front of U.N. peacekeepers in Eastern Congo's deserted town of Kanyabayonga...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Two Congolese children walk in front of U.N. peacekeepers in Eastern Congo's deserted town of Kanyabayonga....
Two Congolese children walk in front of U.N. peacekeepers in Eastern Congo's deserted town of Kanyabayonga December 16, 2004 which is deserted due to clashes in the area. The Democratic Republic of Congo has replaced its army commander in the eastern province of North Kivu, the scene of days of fighting between government reinforcements and rebel units, authorities said. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/AA
CONGO
RTRIDCG
December 16, 2004
A renegade Congolese soldier walks past a villager in Eastern Congo deserted town of Kanyabayonga December...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
A renegade Congolese soldier walks past by a villager in Eastern Congo deserted town of Kanyabayonga....
A renegade Congolese soldier walks past a villager in Eastern Congo deserted town of Kanyabayonga December 16, 2004 which is deserted due to clashes in the area. The Democratic Republic of Congo has replaced its army commander in the eastern province of North Kivu, the scene of days of fighting between government reinforcements and rebel units, authorities said. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/AA
CONGO
RTRIDCC
December 16, 2004
Renegade Congolese soldiers are seen in the Eastern Congo town of Kanyabayonga December 16, 2004 which...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Renegade Congolese soldiers in Eastern Congo town of Kanyabayonga.
Renegade Congolese soldiers are seen in the Eastern Congo town of Kanyabayonga December 16, 2004 which is deserted due to clashes in the area. The Democratic Republic of Congo has replaced its army commander in the eastern province of North Kivu, the scene of days of fighting between government reinforcements and rebel units, authorities said. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/AA
CONGO
RTRIDC5
December 16, 2004
Two congolese soldiers sit in front of U.N. peacekeepers in Eastern Congo town of Kanyabayonga December...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Two congolese soldiers sit in front of U.N. peaceheepers in Eastern Congo town of Kanyabayonga.
Two congolese soldiers sit in front of U.N. peacekeepers in Eastern Congo town of Kanyabayonga December 16, 2004 which is deserted due to clashes in the area. The Democratic Republic of Congo has replaced its army commander in the eastern province of North Kivu, the scene of days of fighting between government reinforcements and rebel units, authorities said. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/AA
CONGO
RTRIDC0
December 16, 2004
Renegade Congolese soldiers ride a vehicle in Eastern Congo deserted town of Kanyabayonga December 16,...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Renegade Congolese soldiers ride a vehicle in Eastern Congo deserted town of Kanyabayonga.
Renegade Congolese soldiers ride a vehicle in Eastern Congo deserted town of Kanyabayonga December 16, 2004 which is deserted due to clashes in the area. The Democratic Republic of Congo has replaced its army commander in the eastern province of North Kivu, the scene of days of fighting between government reinforcements and rebel units, authorities said. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RE RSS/AA
CONGO
RTRIDBU
December 16, 2004
Renegade Congolese soldiers are seen in the Eastern Congo town of Kanyabayonga December 16, 2004 which...
Kanyabayonga, multiple countries
Renegade Congolese soldiers in Eastern Congo town of Kanyabayonga.
Renegade Congolese soldiers are seen in the Eastern Congo town of Kanyabayonga December 16, 2004 which is deserted due to clashes in the area. The Democratic Republic of Congo has replaced its army commander in the eastern province of North Kivu, the scene of days of fighting between government reinforcements and rebel units, authorities said. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/AA
DRC
RTXN388
December 06, 2004
A Congolese man returns to the town of Mushamambo in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, December 6,...
Kanyabayonga, Democratic Republic of Congo
A Congolese man returns to the town of Mushamambo in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, December .....
A Congolese man returns to the town of Mushamambo in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, December 6, 2004, after fleeing recent fighting in the area. [Villagers in eastern Congo say forces from neighbouring Rwanda launched attacks into Congo during past two weeks, but Rwanda denies having any troops in Africa's third largest country.]
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC-RWANDA
RTRHT33
December 06, 2004
Traumatized Congolese villager Yalala Kahindo weeps at a hospital in Kanyabayonga in eastern Democratic...
Kanyabayonga, Zaire
Traumatized Congolese villager Yalala Kahindo weeps at a hospital in Kanyabayonga in eastern Democratic...
Traumatized Congolese villager Yalala Kahindo weeps at a hospital in Kanyabayonga in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Traumatized Congolese villager Yalala Kahindo weeps at a hospital in Kanyabayonga in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo while explaining that she watched her husband and son shot and killed during recent fighting. Villagers in eastern Congo say forces from neighbouring Rwanda launched attacks into their country duringthe past two weeks, but Rwanda denies having any troops in Africa's third largest nation. Picture taken December 6, 2004. To accompany Feature Story CONGO-DEMOCRATIC-RWANDA REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly
CONGO RWANDA
RTRHK0K
December 06, 2004
A Congolese man returns to the town of Mushamambo in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, December 6,...
Kanyabayonga, Democratic Republic of Congo
A Congolese man returns to the town of Mushamambo in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
A Congolese man returns to the town of Mushamambo in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, December 6, 2004, after fleeing recent fighting in the area. Villagers in eastern Congo say forces from neighbouring Rwanda launched attacks into Congo during past two weeks, but Rwanda denies having any troops in Africa's third largest country. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/THI
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