Goma

A man is arrested by a member of the military police after people attempted to block the road with rocks,  in the neighbourhood of Majengo in Goma, eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, on 19 December, 2016, as tensions rose with one day left of Congolese President Joseph Kabila's mandate. Kabila's second term ends on December 20 but he has shown no sign of stepping down and mediation talks have failed, sparking fears of fresh political violence in the mineral-rich but unstable Democratic Republic of Congo. / AFP PHOTO / Griff TapperGRIFF TAPPER/AFP/Getty Images

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A man is arrested by a member of the military police after people attempted to block the road with rocks, in the neighbourhood of Majengo in Goma, eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo as tensions rose with one day left of Congolese President Joseph Kabila’s mandate. Photo Griff Tapper/AFP/Getty

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A particial view of the Nyaragongo volcano taken from Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo 

A man accused by the Congolese Army of being a spy of  rebels of the M23 movement is tied and taken away on July 16, 2013 in Munigi on the outskirts of Goma in the east of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The army in the Democratic Republic of Congo on July 16 pursued an offensive against rebels of the M23 movement to protect the North Kivu provincial capital of Goma. M23, a movement launched by Tutsi defectors from the army who accuse the Kinshasa government of reneging on a 2009 peace deal, last year occupied Goma for 10 days before pulling out under international pressure.  AFP PHOTO/PHIL MOOREPHIL MOORE/AFP/Getty Images

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A man accused by the Congolese Army of being a spy of rebels of the M23 movement is tied and taken away on Tuesday in Munigi on the outskirts of Goma in the east of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The army in the Democratic Republic of Congo on July 16 pursued an offensive against rebels of the M23 movement to protect the North Kivu provincial capital of Goma. M23, a movement launched by Tutsi defectors from the army who accuse the Kinshasa government of reneging on a 2009 peace deal, last year occupied Goma for 10 days before pulling out under international pressure