Witnesses have reported hearing heavy gunfire at the headquarters of Democratic Republic of Congo's state radio and television station.
Both channels were off air after the shooting was heard.
State television journalists at the site said the Congolese army had launched an attack on the building to dislodge unidentified assailants.
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