52 civilians killed by Jihadists in the DRC
Between Sunday, March 13, and Monday, March 14, armed insurgents killed 52 people in attacks on the Irumu province in the northeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
In an interview for HumAngle Media, Christophe Munyanderu, local coordinator of the Convention for the Respect of Human Rights (CRDH) in Irumu, said of the Sunday attack, “The villages attacked were Carriere where eight civilians were lost, Apakoluy where four civilians were killed, Apamayaya recorded two deaths, and Kimautu where five deaths were reported.”
He continued, “On Monday, March 15, Apende and Ndimo villages were also targets of ADF attacks resulting in 18 and 15 civilian deaths, respectively. In total, 52 civilians were killed between Sunday and Monday.”