By Our Reporter
The ADF-Ugandan rebels clashed with elements of the DRC Armed Forces (FARDC) for two days until late at night where at least 16 civilians were killed overnight from Saturday to Sunday.
There were several simultaneous attacks by the rebels in North Kivu and Ituri provinces in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), according to military sources.
Another same rebellious attack was launched in the neighboring province of Ituri, at the village of Boyo which killed six civilians and wounded many.
The rebels clashed with the troop of the DRC Armed Forces (FARDC) until late at night, according to Ituri army spokesman Jules Ngongo.
In the last several months, it is said that the foreign rebellion of the ADF-Ugandan group has been carrying out simultaneous attacks in the same provinces despite military operations of the DRC supported by the UN mission to end regional attacks by the terrorist groups