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Rwanda and DRC trade blame over shelling

Tensions have flared between the African nations after shells on their shared border killed two civilians.

Last Modified: 29 Aug 2013 20:53
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UN peacekeepers in eastern Congo say they have witnessed shelling into Rwandan territory from positions occupied by M23 rebels.

Tensions are rising between Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo as both sides blame each other for the shells that landed on their shared border, killing two civilians on Wednesday.

Al Jazeera’s Malcolm Webb reports from Goma in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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