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UGANDA-DRCONGO-UNREST-TALKS

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President of the delegation of M23 rebels Francois Rucogoza (C) speaks next to vice-presidents of the delegation of M23 rebels Roger Lumbala (L) and Kambasu Ngeve (R) during a press briefing in Uganda�s capital Kampala on January 8, 2013. A delegation of rebels was in Kampala for talks with the Congolese government aimed at ending a crisis that has led to widespread rights abuses and displacement and sparked fears of an all-out regional conflict. The M23, former rebels who were integrated into the Democratic Republic of Congo's regular forces in 2009 and mutinied again this year, pulled out of the main eastern city of Goma last week when the government agreed to discuss some of their demands. AFP PHOTO/ PETER BUSOMOKE (Photo credit should read PETER BUSOMOKE/AFP/Getty Images)
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President of the delegation of M23 rebels Francois Rucogoza (C) speaks next to vice-presidents of the delegation of M23 rebels Roger Lumbala (L) and Kambasu Ngeve (R) during a press briefing in Uganda�s capital Kampala on January 8, 2013. A delegation of rebels was in Kampala for talks with the Congolese government aimed at ending a crisis that has led to widespread rights abuses and displacement and sparked fears of an all-out regional conflict. The M23, former rebels who were integrated into the Democratic Republic of Congo's regular forces in 2009 and mutinied again this year, pulled out of the main eastern city of Goma last week when the government agreed to discuss some of their demands. AFP PHOTO/ PETER BUSOMOKE (Photo credit should read PETER BUSOMOKE/AFP/Getty Images)
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08 de enero de 2013
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President of the delegation of M23 rebels Francois Rucogoza speaks... Fotografía de noticias 159119933Grupo de personas,Hablar,Horizontal,Kampala,Personas,Política,Prensa,Presidente,Rebelión,Reunión,Uganda,VicepresidentePhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPPresident of the delegation of M23 rebels Francois Rucogoza (C) speaks next to vice-presidents of the delegation of M23 rebels Roger Lumbala (L) and Kambasu Ngeve (R) during a press briefing in Uganda�s capital Kampala on January 8, 2013. A delegation of rebels was in Kampala for talks with the Congolese government aimed at ending a crisis that has led to widespread rights abuses and displacement and sparked fears of an all-out regional conflict. The M23, former rebels who were integrated into the Democratic Republic of Congo's regular forces in 2009 and mutinied again this year, pulled out of the main eastern city of Goma last week when the government agreed to discuss some of their demands. AFP PHOTO/ PETER BUSOMOKE (Photo credit should read PETER BUSOMOKE/AFP/Getty Images)