The European Union has added eight individuals to its sanctions list relating to the conflict in Democratic Republic of Congo, including rebel leaders and a Belgian businessman, it said on Thursday. Reuters reports that it extended existing sanctions against ten people until December 2023. The restrictions include an asset freeze and a ban on entering European territory, according to a statement from the European Council.
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