DR Congo opposition plan protests in renewed push for elections

Protests are being planned across the Democratic Republic of Congo in a renewed push to force President Joseph Kabila from office.

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    Protests are being planned across the Democratic Republic of Congo in a renewed push to force President Joseph Kabila from office.

    He went back on a deal with opposition parties to hold elections by the end of the year.

    He is calling for more time, but the delay is taking its toll on much of the population.

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Kinshasa.


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