Congo’s leader next, rebels vow

Fighters seize more territory, promise to topple government

Posted: November 22, 2012 at 1:28 a.m.

People gather around tank shells left behind by retreating government troops Wednesday as they fled an assault by M23 rebels in eastern Congo.

The M23 rebels pressed ahead Wednesday with their seizure of territory and towns in eastern Congo and said they intend to topple the government of President Joseph Kabila.

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