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At least 15 killed in second day of anti-UN violence in DRC

Protesters and United Nations personnel among dead after incidents that left about 50 injured

At least 15 people were killed and about 50 wounded during a second day of violent anti-United Nations protests in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s eastern cities of Goma and Butembo, authorities have said.

The dead included demonstrators and UN personnel as UN sites were attacked by crowds.

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