One year on the massacres of ethnic Banunu in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), authorities are still yet to hold accountable those responsible for the 2018 massacre, a global right watchdog said on Thursday.

A UN team from human rights office and a UN mission in DRC involved in an investigation into the massacre to find that at least 535 civilians were killed and more than 110 others wounded in four attacks in Dec. 16-17, 2018.

The mass killings were triggered by a dispute over the burial of the customary chief of the Banunu community in the region, according

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