Prison to Polls: DR Congo's ex-rebel leader aims for presidency

Jean-Pierre Bemba is filing a bid for the presidency after spending 10 years in prison for war crimes, before winning appeal at The Hague.

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    Congolese former rebel leader Jean-Pierre Bemba is on his way to file his bid for the presidency in the country's upcoming election.

    He won an appeal at the ICC and is back home after spending 10 years behind bars in The Hague.

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports from the capital Kinshasa.


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