The troops are moving. Military trucks are plying the roads loaded with soldiers and arms. Its hard to distinguish the varying groups, Congolese government troops, Nkunda's rebel army, and pro-government Mai Mai militia. Their families are on foot, the women following their husbands with all of their belongings and children in tow. Far too poor to pay for transportation, the women have to walk to their husbands' next posts, even if hundreds of kilometers away.
They are moving south to meet the Rwandan troops who crossed Congo's borders four days ago to search out the remains of the Hutu rebels, perpetrators of the 1994 genocide.
Question of the day is how will they tell the difference between civilians and rebels?