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Kabila to step down as Congo’s president after 17 years in power
After 17 years in power, Congolese President Joseph Kabila’s office announced Aug. 9 he would not seek re-election. Kabila’s term ended in 2016, but he stayed on and dozens were killed during protests against him.
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