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At least 27 civilians killed by rebels in Democratic Republic of the Congo

Army and Red Cross said the notorious Allied Democratic Forces were behind the attack in the country’s east

At least 27 civilians have been killed by members of a notorious rebel group in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, the army and Red Cross said.

The Kivu Security Tracker (KST), which monitors violence in the region via a team of experts on the ground, posted on Twitter to say that at least 27 civilians were killed in Saturday’s attack by the rebel Allied Democratic Forces (ADF).

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