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The corpses were identified by Ethiopians residing in the Wad al Hulaywah area of eastern Sudan, it said.
Congo has experienced several outbreaks in the past, including one in 2009 that infected 214 people and caused 15 deaths, according to the WHO.
The suspended newspaper, Uhuru, is owned by the country's ruling party Chama cha Mapinduzi (CCM), which has in effect been in power since 1961.
Deby said armed groups have "a patriotic obligation to reconsider their positions" and to help the transitional council build national unity.
Last month, the Rwandan government deployed a 1,000-strong force to Mozambique
The bodies were found in the Setit River, known in Ethiopia as the Tekeze, which is the current de facto borderline between territory controlled by Tigrayan forces and those controlled by…
The two men have signed several deals to end a war that, fuelled by long-standing ethnic tensions, is estimated to have killed more than 400,000 people, finally forming a national unity…