Joseph Kabila, president of the Democratic Republic of Congo, was credited with helping broker the end of the country’s bloody civil war in 2003. But after two terms in office, his refusal to step down is threatening to tip the country back into violence. David Pilling, the FT’s Africa editor, talks to John Aglionby, a regional correspondent just back from Kinshasa, about the crisis. Clip courtesy of Reuters.
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