The Democratic Republic of Congo’s election commission has set Nov. 27, 2016, for presidential and legislative elections, an official said Thursday, satisfying a key demand of the opposition and international donors. President Joseph Kabila, who has held power since his father’s assassination in 2001 and won disputed elections in 2006 and 2011, is constitutionally barred...
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