Nearly 700 Dead Since Massacres Began 2 Years Ago
Unidentified fighters have killed nearly 700 civilians in a series of massacres that began two years ago in Beni territory in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, Human Rights Watch said today.
Coffins of three people killed on December 1, 2014 in Eringeti,
around 60 kilometers north of Beni town. A total of six people
were killed that day. The most recent attack documented
by Human Rights Watch in Eringeti was on May 3,
2016, killing 19.