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In this photo taken Monday, March 4, 2013, former M23 President Jean-Marie Runiga, center, is accompanied by general Baudoin Ngaruye, left, as he holds a press conference in Kibumba, eastern Congo, following a split within the M23 rebel group. Col. Vianney Kazarama, leader of the rival faction, said Saturday, March 16, that his faction has regained control of all the M23 held territory in eastern Congo, and that Runiga has been arrested by Rwandan authorities after fleeing across the border. (AP Photo/Melanie Gouby)

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In this photo taken Monday, March 4, 2013, former M23 President Jean-Marie Runiga, center, is accompanied by general Baudoin Ngaruye, left, as he holds a press conference in Kibumba, eastern Congo, following a split within the M23 rebel group. Col. Vianney Kazarama, leader of the rival faction, said Saturday, March 16, that his faction has regained control of all the M23 held territory in eastern Congo, and that Runiga has been arrested by Rwandan authorities after fleeing across the border. (AP Photo/Melanie Gouby)
In this photo taken Monday, March 4, 2013, former M23 President Jean-Marie Runiga, center, is accompanied by general Baudoin Ngaruye, left, as he holds a press conference in Kibumba, eastern Congo, following a split within the M23 rebel group. Col. Vianney Kazarama, leader of the rival faction, said Saturday, March 16, that his faction has regained control of all the M23 held territory in eastern Congo, and that Runiga has been arrested by Rwandan authorities after fleeing across the border. (AP Photo/Melanie Gouby)
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