KAMPALA, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Heads of state from Africa's
Great Lakes region on Saturday urged rebels in the Democratic
Republic of Congo's turbulent east to stop expanding their war
and leave the town of Goma which they captured this week.
The leaders met in the Ugandan capital Kampala to try to
bring an end to the conflict after the M23 rebels said they
planned to "liberate" the vast central African country.
A statement signed by the leaders after their meeting urged
the M23 to stop talk of overthrowing an elected government and
to "stop all war activities and withdraw from Goma".