Mass exodus as dreaded new eruption of the DR Congo volcano

Tens of thousands of people fled the town of Goma in eastern DR Congo on Thursday, choking on the highways after the local governor warned in a morning broadcast of a possible new eruption of the Nyiragongo volcano. Nadia Massih from Jowharspeaks to The Economist correspondent normally based in Goma, Olivia Acland, who has been evacuated to Rwanda.

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