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Rebels Threaten Eastern Congo

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Tens of thousands of civilians are on the run in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Rebels are threatening to take over the eastern city of Goma. Congolese and UN troops are retreating from the battleground after being attacked by rock-throwing mobs. Alex Chadwick talks with Hez Holland, a Reuters correspondent in Goma, about the fighting.

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