The Democratic Republic of Congo sits on a knife edge as poll results are delayed

CONGOLESE CITIZENS WERE HOPING TO make history on Dec. 30, when they voted in presidential elections that should have marked Congo’s first democratic transfer of power since it won independence from Belgium in

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