DR Congo civilians suffer

Residents in the east of DR Congo remain sceptical about the prospects of peace.

    Exclusive Al Jazeera footage from Goma in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo shows the plight of thousands of people who remain displaced and vulnerable after more than a decade of conflict.

    Now residents say they are suffering at the hands of the very people sent to protect them - UN troops and the Congolese forces.

    Mohammed Adow reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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