More than 14 months after they fled fighting between rebel and government forces, park rangers who monitor mountain gorillas in war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo have returned to the reserve.
It is a welcome sight at Virunga National Park, where around 200 of the world's 700 mountain gorillas live.
Samantha Newport, communications director for the refuge, told CNN on Friday that 70 rangers have returned to the gorilla refuge. Read full article »
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