Conflict In Congo Escalates, Goes Largely Unnoticed

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Jonny Hogg, journalist, Reuters
Tariq Riebl, humanitarian program coordinator, Oxfam
Josh Kron, reporter, New York Times
Jason Stearns, author, Dancing in the Glory of Monsters

The conflict in eastern Congo has been called one of the world's worst humanitarian disasters. As fighting intensifies in eastern Congo between government forces and the rebel M23 group, tens of thousands of Congolese civilians have fled camps and homes in search of safety.

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