Millions remain displaced amid DR Congo conflict

More than three million people have been internally displaced by years of conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Many left their homes as the army launched operations against rebels in the country's east.

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    More than three million people have been internally displaced by years of conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

    Many left their homes as the army launched operations against rebels in the country's east.

    Al Jazeera’s Catherine Soi reports from Goma, eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.


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