KINSHASA, Nov 1 (Reuters) - Ugandan
Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebels raided a town in northern Congo on
Saturday in an attack that killed nine people and forced around 50,000
to flee, the United Nations and aid agencies said.
Between 30 and 50 LRA fighters attacked
the town of Dungu, near Democratic Republic of Congo's northern border
with Sudan, before dawn.
Fighting between the Ugandan rebels and
Congolese government soldiers continued into the early afternoon, a spokesman
for Congo's U.N. peacekeeping mission, MONUC, told Reuters.
"Around 50,000 people are trying