Goma Takeover Inspires Fear of War from Neighbor Congo

The Globe and Mail reported that the fall of Goma, and important Congolese city, has sparked fears of a rekindled war between the Congo and Rwanda.

As quoted in the market news:

The atmosphere in the city is tense. People are worried,” said Grace Tang, a Canadian who heads the Goma mission of Médecins sans frontières (Doctors Without Borders). One camp, Kanyaruchinya, is now empty after about 60,000 people fled in panic, while MSF medical clinics around Goma have been deluged with thousands of desperate people, MSF said.

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