DR Congo: Six dead in Beni after suspected ADF attack

Witnesses say a group of armed fighters killed four soldiers and two civilians in North Kivu near the border with Uganda.

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    A rebel attack on an army post in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo has left six people dead.

    The government says four soldiers and two civilians were killed in the city of Beni, near the border with Uganda.

    A number of armed groups operate in the area, which is also struggling to contain an Ebola outbreak.

    Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.


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