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    Kenya holds negotiations to end the DR Congo conflict

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    In order to put an end to the bloodshed in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, regional leaders from East Africa are meeting in Kenya.

    Former Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, a mediator, pleaded with all parties to give peace a chance in his opening remarks.

    Following fierce combat between the DR Congo’s army and the M23 rebel group in the province of North Kivu, regional officials decided on a truce last week.

    Over the weekend, it was said that everything was tranquil.

    The rebels were not invited to the most recent discussions in Kenya, according to a spokesman for the rebels.

    The DR Congo’s government has charged Rwanda with supporting the organization, which Kigali has refuted.

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