‘I’M A Civilian. I’M Harmless’: Who’S In Congo’S Mass Graves?

Many of them are backed by government forces as they try to quash the Kamwina Nsapu militia.
United Nations representatives have so far discovered 80 mass graves in the region.
The Luba population there was being targeted because they speak Tshiluba, he said, the language spoken by Kamwina Nsapu members.
They were stopped at random checkpoints on the national highway, some manned by Kamwina Nsapu members, others by pro-government militias.
In March, two United Nations experts were killed trying to investigate the graves.

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