(FILES) This file photo taken on June 14, 2014 shows a Democratic Republic of Congo regular army soldier standing guard in a corn field in Kimbumba, on June 14, 2014. / AFP / Junior D. Kannah
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Congo Republic's government has intentionally bombed residential areas in the country's south, reportedly killing at least 30 people, Amnesty International said Monday.Witnesses told Amnesty that helicopters dropped at least 30 bombs on April 5 on residential areas in operations targeting sites linked to Bintsamou, the organisation said in a statement.One witness told Amnesty that she saw at least 30 dead bodies after bombings near the village of Soumouna in the Pool region, about 70 km (45 miles) southwest of Brazzaville.
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