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Congo's president wants the large U.N. peacekeeping mission to start leaving the country this year

  • President Felix-Antoine Tshisekedi is demanding the early departure of the U.N. Peacekeeping mission in Congo, citing their inability to address conflicts in the eastern part of the country.
  • The Congolese military's crackdown on planned protests against the U.N. Mission resulted in the death of at least 43 people, leading to heightened tensions in the region. The Pope's visit to eastern Congo was also cancelled due to worsening security.
  • The accelerated retreat of the peacekeeping mission, by a year, is expected to ease tensions and allow Congo to take full control of its security by becoming the leading force. The region has long suffered from armed groups vying for control of its resources.
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