Lynching of 2 Women in DRC Fuels Worries Over Rising Ethnic Tensions

Two women traveling in a minibus were dragged out and burned by a mob this week in the town of Butembo in eastern Congo where other travelers have narrowly escaped lynching in the past week. Some observers say politicians are partly to blame for heightened community tensions in the DRC’s North Kivu province.

Source:GlobalSecurity.org

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