DR Congo protests: UN to open investigation into demonstrator's death


The United Nations peacekeeping mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo is investigating whether its troops killed a demonstrator in the eastern city of Benny where protesters burned the town hall and you and buildings are Africa editor Mary Harper reports the U. N. mission MONUSCO said the protest was reportedly killed in an exchange with blue helmets as he was about to throw a petrol bomb he died during demonstrations against what people said was the failure of U. N. forces and the Congolese army to protect them against rebel attacks the latest attack occurred on Wednesday morning when fourteen people were killed about twenty kilometers from Benny most of the deaths are blamed on the Islamist allied democratic forces the UN peacekeeping operation in the DLC is one of the biggest in the world but it's made little headway against the multiple rebel groups operating in the

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