Suppose the Innocents civilians killed by the Gouvernement of Kinshasa in Rumangabo to day were Killed in Goma by the M23…???
— René Abandi (@Renabandi) July 24, 2013
we r able to shot #Goma from Mutaho&nyiragongo mountains,but we can’t do such crime agnst civilians like Fardc is doing with their helcoptas
— M23 Congo RDC (@m23congordc) July 24, 2013
Terrible tragedy today in one of my favorite places on earth- Rumangabo in Virunga National Park- bombs kill kids- dropped indiscriminately.
— Shannon Sedg Davis (@shannonsedg) July 24, 2013
« L’arme la plus puissante dans les mains des oppresseurs, est la mentalité des opprimés ! » Stephen Bantu Biko
— Sabine Baudoin (@SabineBaudoinG) July 19, 2013
Les pilotes d’hélicoptères d’attaques des FARDC ne parlent pas un mot de Swahili “Альфа Браво Чарлі !!!”
— NANOJV (@nanojvnews) July 24, 2013
Massacre de civils à Rumangabo. Il faut avoir bu beaucoup de “горілка” ou par peur, tirer les roquettes de très très loin pour rater la cible.
but it (RUMANGABO) is a legitimate target for the FARDC,” Colonel Olivier Hamuli said on Reuters.
“(The helicopters) have been over Rumangabo for the last two hours. It seems there have been quite a number of victims,” said Emmanuel De Merode, chief warden at the Virunga National Park, which has its headquarters a few kilometres from the camp.
He said 10 civilians wounded in the strikes had been admitted to the park’s infirmary. One man lost his leg, and two children were seriously injured by shrapnel, he added. The rest of the victims were not seriously wounded.
“They missed their target and hit civilians,” M23 spokesman Amani Kabasha said.
He said four people, including three children, died when several homes were destroyed in the raids. However there was no immediate independent confirmation of the deaths.