STOCKHOLM (AP) — A Swedish prosecutor says authorities are getting little assist from Congo of their investigations into the slayings of two U.N. specialists — of which them a Swede — by militiamen from Congo’s violence-torn Kasai area.
Prosecutor Sara Nilsson says their materials “doesn’t rule out that folks near the regime in Congo are concerned within the homicide.”
Sweden launched its homicide investigation two days after the our bodies of twin Swedish-Chilean nationwide Zaida Catalan and American Michael Sharp have been present in a shallow grave on March 27.
Nilsson stated Wednesday Sweden had requested Congo for “authorized help” however what it acquired “doesn’t adjust to primary authorized necessities and has apparent flaws.”
She stated Swedish authorities would proceed their probe, however can’t go to Congo “underneath the current circumstances.”
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