Congo Floods and landslides have claimed 21 lives in the past two days in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The eastern regions of the country were subjected to heavy rains that resulted in landslides and floods, and the majority of the victims (13 dead) fell inside an irregular gold mine located in the town of Rubaya in Masisi province, according to what security sources revealed.
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More than 20 people have died in landslides and flooding in eastern DR Congo over the course of two days, according to authorities and police on Saturday. #Climate #floods pic.twitter.com/f32xDiSY5J
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