Congo Opposition Renews Calls for Change After Fatal UnrestBy
President urged to step down after protests, dozens of deaths
Fragile talks on elections to resume Friday amid boycotts
Opposition parties in the Democratic Republic of Congo renewed calls for President Joseph Kabila to leave office as a tense calm returned to the capital, Kinshasa, following violence earlier this week that authorities said left at least 32 people dead.
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