Militiamen in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo have released four peace envoys who were taken captive in February this year in the gold-rich province of Ituri. The envoys were sent by President Felix Tshisekedi to convince the rebels of the Cooperative for the Development of Congo to lay down their arms.
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