At least five people have died and 50 others have been injured during protests against the United Nations in the city of Goma in eastern Democratic of Congo.
Demonstrations have continued for a second day, demanding the departure of the peacekeeping force.
The protests, called by the government’s youth wing, turned violent when demonstrators stormed the mission’s local headquarters and a logistical base.
There have been chaotic scenes of burning and looting, one graphic image shared on social media shows a protester lying on the ground as others shout that he has been shot dead by the UN forces. END