GOMA, DR Congo (AFP) - Democratic Republic of Congo troops entered the eastern mining hub of Goma Monday, two days after rebel M23 fighters ended an almost fortnight-long occupation in line with a regionally brokered deal. The rebels’ lightning capture of Goma last month - eight months after they launched an uprising against Kinshasa - had sparked fears of a wider war and major humanitarian crisis, and their withdrawal was widely welcomed. Dozens of government army trucks crammed with heavily armed soldiers entered the regional capital in the afternoon, after trundling along the shores of Lake Kivu.