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Congo: tribal leaders backed by UN agree to share power
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Tuesday, 15 April 2003
There are new moves to stop the killing in north eastern Congo. Warlords and tribal leaders yesterday agreed to share power in a United Nations backed administration in the battle-ravaged Ituri region. UN agencies now plan to investigate massacres and killings in the area. Meanwhile, in the Congolese capital, Kinshasa, the UN is preparing to oversee the countrywide interim government agreed on Monday.
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