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Nazanine Moshiri: Ask Me Anything on DR Congo

Al Jazeera's correspondent will be on Reddit answering questions about DR Congo.
Last Modified: 24 Nov 2012 16:57

Do you have questions about the Democratic Republic of Congo?

Then log onto reddit.com to join the chat with Al Jazeera's Nazanine Moshiri from 1700GMT on Sunday.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE CONVERSATION!

Moshiri has been reporting from Goma, the city captured by M23 rebels earlier this week. The rebels have vowed to expand their territorial control beyond North Kivu province and even to march on the capital, Kinshasa, more than 1,500km away.

Moshiri, East Africa correspondent, is based in Nairobi, and regularly reports from across Africa.

She has covered some of Al Jazeera English's biggest news stories, including the Tunisian uprising in 2011, conflict in the DRC and the ongoing drought in the Horn of Africa.

You can follow Nazanine Moshiri on Twitter @nazaninemoshiri

Videos:

DR Congo troops surrender to rebels

DR Congo rebels take control of Goma 

Dr Congo split over conflict solution 

DR Congo rebels mull joining forces 

DR Congo rebels zeize military airport

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