DRC arrests opposition leaders

Two opposition leaders have been arrested in the Democratic Republic of Congo, after they pushed for protests that have been outlawed by the government.

    Two opposition leaders have been arrested in the Democratic Republic of Congo, after they pushed for protests that have been outlawed by the government.

    They want President Joseph Kabila to leave office.

    His mandate ended last year, but he is vowing to stay until December 2018 because of problems organising an election.

    Al Jazeera's Charlotte Bellis reports.


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