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14 Bodies Discovered 5 Days After 15 Were Kidnapped In Eastern Congo



if person talk dem go attack the person way talk instead of fighting the problem. people are dying. Buhari go UN day go pray for Myammar when his brothers in Nigeria are dying. they do not care about Christians dying. Muslims have no problem with killing all the Christians. our lives mean nothing to them. a deaf president just sit down for noisy country. how can he understand our plights? what he is still dwelling on is the past regime. crude oil price increased what else is the excuse. since crude oil price increased, did it reflect in our economy? no! soldiers day sambisa when the book haram have left sambisa. they are now in town. they carry soldier go creek but why dem no send dem go these areas. they claim to have defeated book haram but they station guys in sambisa. we still hear reports of al these killings. these killings are under reported. there are more crimes going on that they do not want us to see. which one be Fulani herdsmen for Nigeria again? the grazing law they play with it because the president has cows. I just tire for this useless country

Officials said on Tuesday that 14 bodies were found in the north-eastern city of Beni in Congo, five days after suspected rebels kidnapped 15 people, officials said on Tuesday.

“The death toll has reached 14 bodies,” the spokesman for the mayor of Beni, Zachee Mathina, said, indicating that now all 15 people abducted during an attack on the town on Aug. 2 had been found dead.

On Aug. 2, another body had already been found in a remote area of Beni, according to Mathina.

The rebels attacked Beni and kidnapped 15 people after they had been pushed back by the army.

The Allied Democratic Forces, a Ugandan rebel group that has operated in the region since 1995, are believed to be behind the attack and kidnapping.

The group is responsible for the deaths of more than 1,500 people and 800 kidnappings since 2014, according to local civil society organisations.

Beni lies west of the Virunga National Park and the Rwenzori Mountains, close to the Uganda border.

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