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Congo Army Regains Town of Rumangabo

A year after the Congolese army retreated due to advancing rebel forces, on Monday they successfully reclaimed Rumangabo, the fifth rebel-controlled town.  Just days before, the Congolese army also took back Kiwanja, Rutshuru, Buhumba and Kibumba. Now that the towns have been taken back, they can adequately fight off rebels.

(Photo: AP Photo/Joseph Kay)

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