Clashes resume in Congo’s east

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KINSHASA, Congo – Fighting resumed Friday in eastern Congo between the army and a group of ex-soldiers who left the military to form a new rebel group, an army spokesman said, ending three years of relative peace in this nation periodically upended by war. The defections and violence started last month, after soldiers who were formally rebels from the Tutsi ethnic group linked to Gen. Bosco Ntaganda claimed that they weren’t being paid and that the government had failed to hold up their end of a three-year-old peace deal…

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