DR Congo/January 31, 2018/Richmond Amadi/434 views /bloodyclashcongoDR Congo DRC: 4 killed in a bloody rebel clash with Congolese forceshare on:FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancelDRC Armed Forces (FARDC) announced Monday that it has killed four rebel Burundian National Liberation Forces (FNL) in “clashes” in Kiliba in South Kivu province bordering Burundi, Rwanda and Tanzania. “We repelled an attack by these rebels around 2 am,” the deputy army spokesman in South Kivu, Captain Dieudonné Kasereka, told a news report of 4 rebels killed and a weapon recovered. . ALSO READ Congo Kinshasha - Elections over the resignation, Government: Lokondo miss Tshibala!Until noon GMT, the army was conducting patrols in localities around Kiliba to “discover the fief of these rebels”, and “neutralize” them, according to the same source. As non-signatories of the Arusha peace agreement that ended the civil war in Burundi (1993 – 2006), the FNL have been based in South Kivu province for more than two decades. ALSO READ DR Congo's Main Opposition Leader, Etienne Tshidekedi, Dies In BelgiumThis rebellion of a few hundred fighters, is the least harmful foreign force in the east of the country. Its activities are mainly focused on the looting of livestock and Congolese civilian goods in the Uvira plateaux. Leave A Comment Below Related Tags:bloodyclashcongoDR Congo share on: FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel previous articleBURUNDI: Three dead in clashes between FARDC and FNL in Kilibanext articleEgypt – 8 Liberal And Leftist Parties To Boycott 2018 Presidential ElectionsRelated PostsCongo/November 19, 2018 Kenya: Paris Concert to Honour Zaiko Langa Langa GreatsCongo/November 13, 2018 Congo-Brazzaville: Two Congos Ink €500 Million Deal to Bridge Infrastructure GapCongo-Brazzaville: Multi-Purpose Bridge to Link Two CapitalsCongo-Brazzaville: Climate Change Increases Risk of Outbreaks in AfricaAfrica: Zimbabwe Nears 2019 Afcon QualificationZimbabwe/Congo-Brazzaville: Warriors Closer to the DreamlandSouth Africa: Ramaphosa Too Sick to TravelCongo Kinshasa – Kabila Tells UN to Withdraw TroopsChad and Congo request entry into OPECCongo Kinshasha – Elections over the resignation, Government: Lokondo miss Tshibala!