A man accused by the Congolese Army of being a spy for rebels of the M23 movement is tied up and taken away on July 16, 2013, in Munigi, on the outskirts of Goma.Phil Moore / AFP - Getty Images
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Congolese government forces supported by helicopters attacked M23 rebel positions near the eastern city of Goma on Tuesday in a third day of heavy fighting that has forced hundreds of villagers to flee their homes and raised tensions with Rwanda.
M23, a movement launched by Tutsi defectors from the army who accuse the Kinshasa government of reneging on a 2009 peace deal, last year occupied Goma for 10 days before pulling out under international pressure.