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Byline: Steven Candia and Agencies
HUNDREDS of Congolese refugees fleeing the latest wave of clashes in the eastern DR Congo continued pouring into Uganda on Wednesday night and Thursday morning, drawing concerns from aid agencies.
The agencies said on Thursday that about 2,000 refugees had in the last two days settled in Kisoro and at the Nyabushenyi border post with the DR Congo, fleeing the fighting between Congolese forces of FARDC, MONUC and rebel forces of Laurent Nkunda.
The influx of the refugees has raised fears of outbreaks of diseases in the area, prompting aid agencies to think about contingency plans.
"We are thinking of a …