FILE - In this Monday Aug. 21, 2006 file photo, UN troops in armored vehicles drive through the streets of Kinshasa, Congo. (AP Photo/John Bompeng, File)
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Congo's government must cooperate with United Nations efforts to locate experts who have been missing in the violent Kasai region for nearly two weeks, Human Rights Watch said Saturday.Saturday's statement comes after the U.N. reported the discovery since January of more than two dozen mass graves in three Kasai provinces. And five videos have emerged in recent weeks that appear to show Congolese soldiers firing on militia members -- a spike in deadly violence in recent months in the formerly quiet region.Large-scale violence erupted in the Kasai region in August when security forces killed the leader of the Kamwina Nsapu militia.
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