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- The convoy was attacked by unknown assailants as it travelled through a thickly forested area. - None of the active militia groups in the area have claimed responsibility for the attack. - Italy called on the UN to carry out a full investigation of the attack. Advertisement By AFP. Goma. Numerous questions remain unanswered after Monday's fatal killing of Italy's ambassador to the Democratic Republic of Congo. Armed assailants in the eastern DRC ambushed a two-vehicle convoy that was travelling to a World Food Programme (WFP) school feeding programme. Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio has called on the UN to carry out a full investigation. He provided parliament on Wednesday with som... Full story

26 February