Three doctors have been arrested in the Democratic Republic of Congo over the killing of a
World Health Organization (WHO) doctor, a military prosecutor reported.
Cameroonian doctor Richard Mouzoko was shot dead in an attack in April at a hospital in the eastern city of Butembo, an Ebola epicentre.
The three will be prosecuted for “terrorism” and “criminal conspiracy”, prosecutor Lieutenant – Colonel Jean-Baptiste Kumbu sed.
He said militiamen involved in attacking treatment centres, including Butembo hospital, had under interrogation implicated four doctors in planning the raids.
The prosecutor said the fourth doctor was still at large.
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