Latitude and longitude of Dongo conflict

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The Dongo conflict was an armed conflict centered in Dongo, on the left bank of the Ubangi River in the Kungu territory of Sud-Ubangi District, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Fighting started in late October 2009 as a conflict between members of two communities over access to fishing ponds: the villages (Enyele and Monzaya) are of the same tribe (the Lobalas).

Latitude: 2° 41' 59.99" N
Longitude: 18° 23' 59.99" E

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GPS coordinates of Dongo conflict, Congo, Democratic Republic

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