REBEL forces in eastern Congo have vowed to "liberate" all of the vast central African country as they began seizing towns near the Rwandan border and spoke of a 1000-mile march to the capital Kinshasa.
REBEL forces in eastern Congo have vowed to \"liberate\" all of the vast central African country as they began seizing towns near the Rwandan border and spoke of a 1000-mile march to the capital Kinshasa.
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The M23 rebels, widely believed to be backed by Rwanda, captured the eastern city of Goma on Tuesday as United Nations peacekeepers looked on after Congolese troops had quit the town.
"The journey to liberate Congo has started now," said Vianney Kazarama, spokesman for the rebels.
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