Summary:The infant state of the Congo was in turmoil on November 24 1964 as the government of Moishe Tshombe fought to hold the country together in the face of repeated rebellions. The latest uprising had seen the town of Stanleyville become the centre of a new bloodbath, when thirty white people were massacred by rebels before Belgian paratroops and Congolese government forces could reach them.
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