DR Congo anger grows over deadly unrest

All 28 people killed in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo this week have finally been buried.

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    All 28 people killed in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo this week have finally been buried.

    The funerals in the village of Oicha were initially postponed with crowds demanding the military leave the area.

    They say the army and United Nations peacekeepers have not done enough to protect them from armed groups operating there.

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Wambua-Soi has more from the regional capital, Goma.


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