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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Masudi Kisa
Congolese community leaders said they begged local U.N. officials and army commanders to protect villagers days before rebels gang-raped scores of people, from a month-old baby boy to a 110-year-old great-great-grandmother.
He spoke to Mr. Masudi's organization, the International Medical Corps, the U.N. office in Walikale and to civilian authorities, Mr. Masudi said.
"Again, we begged them to secure the population of Luvungi and told them that these people were in danger," he said.