A U.N. peacekeeper patrols near the border crossing point between Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo in Goma Aug. 29, 2013. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
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A mobile South African military court has arrived in the Democratic Republic of Congo to try 32 South African peacekeepers accused of misconduct, the U.N. mission in Congo said Friday.It said that the mobile courts, which South Africa first used in 2001, represented an important tool in the fight against impunity.The U.N. peacekeeping mission in Congo is the world's largest, with about 20,000 uniformed personnel. South Africa has contributed more than 1,000 troops and experts.
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