they are now renamed the democratic republic of congo lay in ruins but was still full of material temptations in less than a year renewed tensions saw the political situation deteriorate. accuse the inca tanya of enriching themselves from the country's resources and made ominous threats toward the tutsis living in the d.r. see. james cover a bay returned to rwanda where the final battles were being fought in early one nine hundred ninety eight in the lake kivu region between rwanda and the d.r. c. former asian o.c. there and armed hutu groups conducted renewed attacks on the tutsis now living there. they were led by general paul row aka b.j. . you were in the. summer one soldiers who had supported can be returned to their country to fight us from there. so that's why we began secretly sending our soldiers into rwanda. about fifty a week also when they left at night and reach rwanda while it was still dark. is a good. risk as they grew a number the new government noticed them and the fighting intensified my keep. if you see i put it down. i. think what it is whoops. see good one insists there'
environmental conservation is a constant challenge in the democratic republic of congo. the park rangers face a moral dilemma should they protect people. or nature. down to my sister if you don't go on the slopes of the wrong as volcanoes including in rwanda and uganda there are only eight hundred eighty mountain gorillas left and they need protection you just a petition to see they're threatened with extinction just eight hundred eighty mountain gorillas on our huge continent and only three countries congo uganda and rwanda to sit in on our feet down for the studied nickel. a little under. now based on democracy population growth is threatening the grill is natural habitat. skill level just people here in need fertile farmland and the park is the only place where they can find it get it back. and back that's why they destroy the gorillas habitat they need fertile farmland. in fifty of. the silverback has become a symbol of the national parks struggle for survival. but the fight also takes a heavy toll on the families of the one hundred fifty ranges killed in action just
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