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Second Congo War Fun Facts

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Second Congo War
Like both world wars, the Second Congo War involved many countries on both sides, including Rwanda and Chad.
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Second Congo War
The Second Congo War began with a rebellion by the Banyamulenge people and ended with a new government in power in the DRC.
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Second Congo War
There were approximately 40,000-50,000 soldiers on the pro-government side and about 53,000 on the pro-Rwandan side.
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Second Congo War
The government that was established at the end of the First Congo War was unable to maintain firm enough control to prevent the second war.
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Second Congo War
Materials like tungsten, coltan, and diamonds were all used to help pay for war efforts on both sides of the conflict.
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Second Congo War
Joseph Kony founded the LRA in 1987 and continues using violence to establish its own nation-state in Africa.
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Second Congo War
An 18-year-old assassin entered the presidential office and shot Kabila four times at close range before fleeing the area. The killer was killed as he ran.
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Kabila's son, Joseph Kabila Kanga, became President of the DRC 10 days after his father's death and was twice elected to the presidency after the war ended.
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Second Congo War
Operation Kitona involved Rwandan and Ugandan hijacking three civilian airplanes and landing them at the Kitona airbase.

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