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Congolese army enters Goma

Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo -

The Congolese army on Monday entered Goma, two days after rebels pulled out of the key eastern mining hub as part of a regionally-brokered deal.

M23 rebel fighters stand guard in Karuba, 62km west of Goma, in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Credit: Reuters

Dozens of trucks carrying a battalion of troops entered the city's Katindo military camp in the afternoon, according to an AFP reporter. - Sapa-AFP

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