Chaos grips major DR Congo city
Government forces have fled an important city in the Democratic Reoublic of Congo as rebel forces swept through the east of the country.There is complete chaos in the provincial capital Goma. Rebels forces are heading towards the town.
UN radio says nine people were shot amid gunfire and looting. A BBC reporter saw a body with bullet wounds.
The UN says it is very concerned about the humanitarian situation of the tens of thousands of people who have been fleeing a rebel advance on Goma.
The UN Security Council urged the rebel leader to implement his ceasefire.
An emergency session of the council also expressed alarm over cross-border firing between DR Congo and Rwanda.