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Congolese Mixed Forces Blamed in North Kivu Attacks

VOA News - May 10, 2007

Congo-Kinshasa soldiersIn the Democratic Republic of Congo, U.N. officials say they are working on improving the conduct of so-called mixed military brigades that include former rebel forces. The former rebel and militia fighters have been accused of abusing civilians and escalating violence in the region of North Kivu.
Dozens killed in army operation against Rwandan rebels

IRIN - May 4, 2007

Congo child soldiersDozens of Rwandan rebels have been killed in heavy fighting with government troops in the Democratic Republic of Congo's (DRC) eastern North Kivu province since Wednesday, a senior military officer said.
Report: Congo among worst in the world on press freedom

CPJ - May 2, 2007

Joseph KabilaThree nations in sub-Saharan Africa are among the places worldwide where press freedom has deteriorated the most over the last five years, a new analysis by the Committee to Protect Journalists has found.
MONUC assisting the displaced population in the East

MONUC - May 2, 2007

MONUCAt its weekly press conference on May 2 2007, MONUC declared that it is continuing identification missions of the displacement zones in North and South Kivu following the military operations by the Congolese Armed Forces (FARDC) against the Democratic Forces for the liberation of Rwanda (FDLR).
Congo Military Tribunal Acquits Woman of Inciting Supreme Court Arson

VOA News - April 30, 2007

Thérèse Nlandu MpoloA military tribunal in Democratic Republic of Congo has acquitted a woman accused of inciting the arson of the Supreme Court. The trial against opposition leader Jean-Pierre Bemba's lawyer, has been a test case for human rights in Congo, as Franz Wild reports for VOA from Kinshasa.
ICRC takes action following March clashes

ICRC - April 27, 2007

ICRCOn 22 and 23 March 2007, violent clashes in the capital Kinshasa between government troops and bodyguards of former vice-president Jean-Pierre Bemba killed hundreds of people including a high number of civilians. In the wake of the fighting, many families were left searching for loved ones. The ICRC swung into action to help both the civilian and military victims.
Civilians fleeing fighting in east forced into makeshift camps

IRIN - April 25, 2007

South Kivu womanCivilians fleeing fighting between Congolese government troops and rebel militias in North Kivu Province have been forced to shelter in makeshift camps 100km from Goma town, aid workers said.
Deputy SG: 'All parties agree that there cannot be any alternative to dialogue and reconciliation'

MONUC - April 24, 2007

Aisha Migiro and Vital KamerheAfter her meeting with the National Assembly deputies and its president Vital Kamerhe on 23 April 2007, Deputy Secretary General Dr. Asha Rose Migiro said that it gave her a 'great feeling of joy and victory.'
UN Deputy SG: 'President Kabila wishes to see the cooperation grow between the DRC and the UN'

MONUC - April 23, 2007

Asha Rose MigiroUN Deputy Secretary General Dr. Asha Rose Migiro met with DRC President Joseph Kabila and Prime Minister Antoine Gizenga in Kinshasa this Monday 23 April 2007, as well as National Assembly President Vital Kamerhe, as part of her three day visit to the country.
Army, UN to monitor rebel move to assembly point

IRIN - April 23, 2007

Vincent OttiOfficials from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) army and the United Nations will verify that Uganda's Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebels have assembled near the DRC-Sudan border as agreed.



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