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Their accounts should serve as a grave warning’ The UN says more than 250 people, including 62 children, have been killed in attacks in the Democratic Republic of Congo that are “taking on an increasing and disturbing ethnic dimension”.
In a report based on interviews with almost 100 victims, the UN’s Human Rights Office said it believed the DRC government to be complicit in the massacres in the south-western Kasai province.
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“Such bloodletting is all the more horrifying because we found indications that people are increasingly being targeted because of their ethnic group.
“Their accounts should serve as a grave warning to the government of the DRC to act now to prevent such violence from tipping into wider ethnic cleansing.” Fighting started between the Kamwina Nsapu militia and the Kinshasa-based government in August 2016.
The government also blamed the militia for mass graves discovered in neighboring Kasai-Central province.