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The body of a Congolese Army soldier lies on the ground in front of a tank left by government troops in the Ndosho district of Goma in the east of the Democratic Republic of the Congo on November 21, 2012. Lokuli's father, a government military doctor, was killed in fighting yesterday between the government army and M23 rebels as they took the provincial capital. Lokuli and his two brothers came across his father's body by chance in the western district of Goma, having searched in the morgue and a hospital yesterday evening. The lightning seizure by rebels of Democratic Republic of Congo's city of Goma is a blow for President Joseph Kabila, but how far fighters will press forward their advantage is not clear, analysts say. AFP PHOTO/PHIL MOORE (Photo credit should read PHIL MOORE/AFP/Getty Images)
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The body of a Congolese Army soldier lies on the ground in front of a tank left by government troops in the Ndosho district of Goma in the east of the Democratic Republic of the Congo on November 21, 2012. Lokuli's father, a government military doctor, was killed in fighting yesterday between the government army and M23 rebels as they took the provincial capital. Lokuli and his two brothers came across his father's body by chance in the western district of Goma, having searched in the morgue and a hospital yesterday evening. The lightning seizure by rebels of Democratic Republic of Congo's city of Goma is a blow for President Joseph Kabila, but how far fighters will press forward their advantage is not clear, analysts say. AFP PHOTO/PHIL MOORE (Photo credit should read PHIL MOORE/AFP/Getty Images)
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21 novembre 2012
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156790473
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The body of a Congolese Army soldier lies on the ground in front of a... Photo d'actualité 156790473Afrique,Armée de terre,Cadavre,Char,Conflit,Couverture,Forces Armées de la République Démocratique du Congo,Goma,Gouvernement,Guerre,Horizontal,Profil,Quartier,Rébellion,République démocratique du Congo,Soldat,Victime,ViolencePhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPThe body of a Congolese Army soldier lies on the ground in front of a tank left by government troops in the Ndosho district of Goma in the east of the Democratic Republic of the Congo on November 21, 2012. Lokuli's father, a government military doctor, was killed in fighting yesterday between the government army and M23 rebels as they took the provincial capital. Lokuli and his two brothers came across his father's body by chance in the western district of Goma, having searched in the morgue and a hospital yesterday evening. The lightning seizure by rebels of Democratic Republic of Congo's city of Goma is a blow for President Joseph Kabila, but how far fighters will press forward their advantage is not clear, analysts say. AFP PHOTO/PHIL MOORE (Photo credit should read PHIL MOORE/AFP/Getty Images)