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  • The funeral cortege then wound its way to Bukavu's cathedral for the main service where around 500 people were gathered.

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  • Harneis added that some children have been stuck in Bukavu's UNICEF refuge for up to nine months.

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  • Nkunda, the lead commander behind the Bukavu takeover, had retracted his allegations of atrocities against Bukavu's Tutsi community late last week - saying he had been misinformed.

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  • Fears of retaliatory attacks since Bukavu's capture have sent thousands fleeing - most of them, Congolese Tutsi, fearing reprisal as the ethnic group of Nkunda and Mutebutsi.

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  • "What Kabila should be asking from Bush is for strong political and material support," said Mushizi Kizito, who runs Bukavu's popular Radio Maendeleo.

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  • Hundreds of residents lined Bukavu's dusty streets Tuesday and crowded on top of trucks to wave, whistle and cheer as the Rwandan army convoy headed for the assembly point before crossing the border.

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  • Thunder rumbled over Bukavu's Kavumbu airport Tuesday like bombers on an attack run.

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  • Honorine Munyole, Bukavu's police commander in charge of children's protection, women and sexual violence against women, says that because girls are traditionally responsible for housework more than boys, and are therefore at home more, they have greater interactions with family members.

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  • The most internationally recognizable among them is Bukavu's Panzi Hospital, which provides advanced surgical repairs for women suffering from fistulas, debilitating ruptures of the urinary-genital tract that leave them incontinent.

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