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What's triggering mass displacement in DR Congo?

Inter-communal clashes trigger mass displacement in DR Congo, UNHCR says

Violent clashes between Hema and Lendu communities in the Ituri province of DR Congo have led to a mass exodus of people away from a region that is also a hot spot of an ongoing Ebola outbreak. According to a report from the United Nations Refugee Agency, over 300,000 people are escaping violence, looking for refuge in neighbouring areas and in bordering Uganda.

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