Congolese M23 rebels carry goods in the back of a truck near the Congo-Uganda border town of Bunagana Wednesday Dec. 5 2012. Speaking to the Associated Press, M23 president Jean Marie Runiga said they would not accept for the Kinshasa government to pay the M23 expenses at the scheduled Kampala talks later this week, as the two are still in a belligerent state. M23 rebels completed their withdrawal from the strategic eastern city of Goma on Saturday, in compliance with an agreement reached between the rebel group and a regional body, they could still be seen in positions three kilometers from Goma airport. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)

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Congolese M23 rebels carry goods in the back of a truck  near the Congo-Uganda border town of Bunagana Wednesday Dec. 5 2012. Speaking to the Associated Press,  M23 president Jean Marie Runiga  said they would not accept for the Kinshasa government to pay the M23 expenses at the scheduled Kampala talks later this week, as the two are still in a belligerent state. M23 rebels completed their withdrawal from the strategic eastern city of Goma  on Saturday, in compliance with an agreement reached between the rebel group and a regional body, they could still be seen in positions three kilometers from Goma airport. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
Congolese M23 rebels carry goods in the back of a truck near the Congo-Uganda border town of Bunagana Wednesday Dec. 5 2012. Speaking to the Associated Press, M23 president Jean Marie Runiga said they would not accept for the Kinshasa government to pay the M23 expenses at the scheduled Kampala talks later this week, as the two are still in a belligerent state. M23 rebels completed their withdrawal from the strategic eastern city of Goma on Saturday, in compliance with an agreement reached between the rebel group and a regional body, they could still be seen in positions three kilometers from Goma airport. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
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