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US News: Five Chinese nationals in the Democratic Republic of Congo

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RDC-Chinese: Five Chinese nationals kidnapped in the Democratic Republic of Congo

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Bukavu, Democratic Republic of Congo (Reuters - Armed men killed a police officer and abducted five Chinese nationals Saturday near a mining operation of the province of South Kivu, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, announced Sunday a local manager and a spokesperson for the army .

The attack occurred near the village of Mukera.

"An armed group traded shots with the police. Five Chinese nationals were kidnapped," said Major Dieudonné Kasereka, spokesman for the army in the area.

Details remain parcels on the incident.

The relations between Chinese mining companies and local authorities are stretched in the DRC, the latter accusing China to operate without licenses.

(Report Crispin Kyala, written by Edward McAllister, French version Sophie rental)

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