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Chinese Mining Interests Purportedly Block Congolese Government Investigators By Smashing Into Their Car

A new video surfaced today on Congolese social media where a DRC government delegation from Kinshasa claims that Chinese mining interests protected by FARDC soldiers blocked their inspection by intentionally causing a road accident.

Soon after the incident, one of the investigators recorded a testimonial of what happened (screenshot) and explained that the leader of his delegation was seriously injured in the accident.

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