At least twelve civilians were killed in renewed violence targeting refugee camps.
Moreover, the incident occurred on Thursday, September 19 in the Northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
Consequently, three separate attacks left three people injured and four missing.
However, the attackers burnt down several buildings, housing internally displaced people in the area.
Meanwhile, the attacks came after separate assaults killed fourteen people in the same area on Wednesday.
Djugu, the north of the provincial capital Bunia, is known for its violence.
Additionally, In June, one hundred and sixty people died and four hundred thousand were displaced because of violence in the area.
The Country blamed a local militia called “Ngudjolo’s men” operating in the Wago forest in Djugu territory for the attacks.