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Democratic Republic of Congo

Sido Bizinungu, a close associate of Lt. Col Kebibi Mutware, smokes a cigarette after being convicted of crimes against humanity in the town of Baraka, Democratic Republic of Congo on Monday, Feb. 21, 2011. Ten of eleven accused solders were found guilty of crimes against humanity including Mutware, who was sentenced to twenty years in prison. Kebibi is the highest ranking Congolese army officer to have been convicted of crimes against humanity. The group carried out a mass rape and looting campaign in the town of Fizi in January. (AP Photo/Pete Muller)

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Sido Bizinungu, a close associate of Lt. Col Kebibi Mutware, smokes a cigarette after being convicted of crimes against humanity in the town of Baraka, Democratic Republic of Congo on Monday, Feb. 21, 2011. Ten of eleven accused solders were found guilty of crimes against humanity including Mutware, who was sentenced to twenty years in prison. Kebibi is the highest ranking Congolese army officer to have been convicted of crimes against humanity. The group carried out a mass rape and looting campaign in the town of Fizi in January. (AP Photo/Pete Muller)