Protests entered a second day in the Democratic Republic of Congo over proposed changes to an electoral code that may delay elections planned for next year.
Three people, including a police officer, were killed yesterday by security guards trying to stop crowds from looting shops, government spokesman Lambert Mende said by phone. The streets in the capital, Kinshasa, were calmer Tuesday with many stores closed and public transport operating at reduced l...
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