M23 leaves a trail of trauma in eastern DR Congo – DW – 01/23/2023

In the most volatile parts of eastern Congo, hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced by fighting between the M23 and the Congolese army.

In North Kivu Province, many of those who fled their villages have sought refuge in churches and schools elsewhere.

Over 2,000 people have sought refuge in the Masisi territory. Some of those who survived M23 atrocities who are now being housed in a church in the town of Sake, recounted their odeals in interviews with DW. 

A group of soldiers carrying assault rifles and standing on a hill overlooking a cluster of houses
A group of Congolese soldiers pictured in the Masisi territory, North Kivu Province on January 11, 2023Image: Alain Uaykani/Xinhuaa/picture alliance

“The rebels want to exterminate us”

In Sake, Bakongo Zaire told DW that M23 fighters had killed his wife and child. “The rebels want to exterminate…

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