Tanzania, Dec. 8 -- Arusha. The guns have not been silenced, especially after the recent horrific massacre of 300 civilians.

But now the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) crisis talks will shift near the very burning battlezone.

This was one of the outcomes of the just concluded peace dialogue in Nairobi, which attracted representatives of the armed groups.

The East African Community (EAC) is spearheading what is called the Nairobi Peace Process in a bid to resolve the crisis.

The regional body said in a statement yesterday that the talks would resume in January next year but the venue would change.

"A meeting will be held in Goma and Bunia to assess the progress made," the secretariat said yesterday in a statement.

Goma is the cap...