In trying to reverse the trajectory of one of the most complex conflicts in the Congo, the United Nations hopes to rescue the image of the troubled peacekeeping force.
Oct. 25, 2013Last week, Congolese government forces made an assault on rebel positions in Kilimanyoke, Congo. Backed by the U.N. Forward Intervention Brigade, the government troops hoped to reverse the trajectory of one of the world's most horrific and complex conflicts.Sudarsan Raghavan/The Washington Post
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