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Evidence of DR Congo massacre

The BBC and Human Rights Watch have uncovered evidence of a massacre in the Democratic Republic of Congo in which more than 300 people were killed.

It was carried out last December by rebels of the Lord's Resistance Army - they attacked villagers in the north-east of the country near the border with Sudan and Uganda.

The BBC's Africa Editor Martin Plaut reports.


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