Bodies Of UN Investigators Found In Shallow Grave In DR Congo

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It's been confirmed that two bodies found in the Democratic Republic of Congo belongs to UN investigators who went missing earlier in March. They were in the Kasai region to investigate allegations of human rights abuses. Michael Sharp is an American national and his colleague Zaida Catalan is Swedish. Catalan was found decapitated. Another body was also uncovered. It's believed to be that of their interpreter Betu Tshintela. The UN's Chief Antonio Guterres issued a statement, saying, quote, they lost their lives seeking to understand the causes of conflict and insecurity. And that the United Nations will do everything possible to ensure that justice is done.
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Democratic Republic of Congo