Foreign 'pressure' will not force Ntaganda arrest: DR Congo

Published April 12, 2012 by Agence France Presse
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Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila said Wednesday he would not order the arrest of war crimes suspect Bosco Ntaganda "under pressure" from the international community.  "We have more than a hundred reasons to arrest him and we don't lack the force or the means to arrest him, but I will not work under pressure from the international community," Kabila said of Ntaganda while visiting the violence-plagued eastern province of Nord Kivu.

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