Congolese government troops load up on a pickup truck outside the UN's main base in Goma, eastern Congo, Friday, Aug. 3rd, 2012. The first case of cholera has emerged among thousands of people in an ... more 
Congolese government troops load up on a pickup truck outside the UN's main base in Goma, eastern Congo, Friday, Aug. 3rd, 2012. The first case of cholera has emerged among thousands of people in an impromptu refugee camp in eastern Congo who fled fighting between a new rebel group and government forces backed by U.N. peacekeepers, Doctors Without Borders reported.Congo's army now controls only the city of Goma and the village of Kibumba, 10 kilometers (six miles) outside Goma. Now the rebels hold all towns going north as far as Rutshuru and are threatening to besiege Goma. The U.N. Security Council on Thursday demanded that the M23 rebel group halt any advances toward Goma. (AP Photo /Jerome Delay) less 
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