DR Congo crisis: M23 rebels take Goma

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Fighters from the M23 rebel group have captured Goma, the main city in resource-rich eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.

The rebels met little resistance from the army or UN peacekeepers.

Meanwhile, the leaders of DR Congo and Rwanda, Joseph Kabila and Paul Kagame, have flown to Uganda for talks, amid claims Rwanda was backing the rebels.

Gabriel Gatehouse reports.

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