Kinshasa Jennifer Glasse reports from Kinshasa on the United Nations' announcement today that its long-delayed human rights investigation in the Democratic Republic of Congo will begin Saturday. A U-N team said in Kinshasa today that it will begin "exploratory" work at the site of an alleged massacre of Rwandan refugees in northwestern Congo. The new government of the former Zaire had held up the inquiry into reported massacres of thousands of refugees for months, but apparently gave in when the U-N indicated this week it would end the investigation if it could not go forward.
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Jennifer Glasse reports from Kinshasa on the United Nations' announcement today that its long-delayed human rights investigation in the Democratic Republic of Congo will begin Saturday. A U-N team said in Kinshasa today that it will begin "exploratory" work at the site of an alleged massacre of Rwandan refugees in northwestern Congo. The new government of the former Zaire had held up the inquiry into reported massacres of thousands of refugees for months, but apparently gave in when the U-N indicated this week it would end the investigation if it could not go forward.