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MORE BOMBINGS: At Least Seven People Killed in Kalehe Explosive Attacks

At least seven people have been killed and several others injured following a shell of explosives that were dropped in the localities of Kalehe, South Kivu Province on Tuesday.

The explosives were fired from the battle front of the ongoing fightings between the FARDC and the M23 which continue to affect civilians in surrounding villages.

This is the latest bombing attacks from the M23 and FARDC fighting that have resulted in the deaths of civilians in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.

“These bombs reached Bulagiza hills in Murambi village. There were 7 people killed on the spot, and six injured,” says James Musanganya, president of the civil society federation in Minova.

The explosives are said to have been fired from Rwangara, in Masisi territory, according to sources.

Delphin Birimbi, president of the civil society consultation framework in Kalehe territory, emphasizes that among the seven people killed, were a child and three women.

On Friday 2nd May, about 18 people were killed and several others injured following bombing attacks at displaced people’s camps near Goma of North Kivu Province.

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