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Topic - Jean-Bosco Ntaganda
Nearly 5,000 people, mostly women, children and the elderly, have been displaced because of fighting in Congo's North Kivu province, the U.N. refugee agency said Wednesday.
Meanwhile, the government on Thursday blamed ex-rebel leader Jean-Bosco Ntaganda for the clashes, but Mr. Ntaganda has denied any involvement in the latest fighting.