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Your views: Crisis in DR Congo

General Laurent Nkunda, the Congolese rebel leader, has threatened war on the Congolese government unless direct talks are held. Nkunda, whose forces have gained swathes of territory in the east of DR Congo since launching a new offensive in August, has repeatedly demanded negotiations. Should there be negotiations? Is the UN doing enough in DR Congo and has it learnt from its failures in neighbouring Rwanda?

Published: 15 Dec 2008 14:30 GMT
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