Congolese troops return to Goma

A Congolese woman hugs a government soldier Monday as he arrives in Goma, Congo. Several hundred Congo army soldiers returned to the key eastern city of 1 million people, as rebels remained poised nearby and a possible fight loomed. The M23 rebels said they were waiting for the government to respond to their grievances before deciding whether to try to retake the city.
A Congolese woman hugs a government soldier Monday as he arrives in Goma, Congo. Several hundred Congo army soldiers returned to the key eastern city of 1 million people, as rebels remained poised nearby and a possible fight loomed. The M23 rebels said they were waiting for the government to respond to their grievances before deciding whether to try to retake the city. Jerome Delay/AP Photo

A Congolese woman hugs a government soldier Monday as he arrives in Goma, Congo. Several hundred Congo army soldiers returned to the key eastern city of 1 million people, as rebels remained poised nearby and a possible fight loomed. The M23 rebels said they were waiting for the government to respond to their grievances before deciding whether to try to retake the city.

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