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Gov't soldiers' daily life after fighting in E DRC
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A government soldier walks through the looted village of Kayna after a day of fighting in eastern Congo, November 18, 2008. Rebels in east Democratic Republic of Congo announced a military pullback on Tuesday to support a U.N. peace initiative and the government sacked its armed forces chief following a string of defeats. Rebel leader Laurent Nkunda's National Congress for the Defence of the People (CNDP) said it was withdrawing its Tutsi fighters 40 km (25 miles) back from two fronts in North Kivu province to create zones separating them and government troops.[Xinhua/Reuters Photo]

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