The UN suspended its support for Democratic Republic of Congo units accused of direct attacks on civilians near the village of Lukweti that killed more than 60 people. UN peacekeeping chief Alain Le Roy, who has been touring the Congo, said the affected units belong to the 213th brigade of the Congolese army but did not say how many troops were implicated or what the decision would mean for the larger operation.

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