GOMA, DR Congo (AFP) - Rebels in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo said Tuesday they would only withdraw from Goma if the government meets a list of demands, throwing mediation efforts into turmoil. Regional African leaders meeting at a weekend summit had set a Monday deadline for M23 fighters to leave the city, whose capture a week ago sparked fears of a new war in the mineral-rich, volatile region of central Africa’s largest country. M23 political leader Jean-Marie Runiga said the group now wants the govt to dissolve the election commission.