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Supreme Court to be relocated after fire

IRIN - November 22, 2006

The Supreme Court of Congo in flame after election violenceThe offices of the Supreme Court of the Democratic Republic of Congo, partly damaged by fire, will be relocated to different parts of the capital, Kinshasa, or elsewhere in the country, Vice-President Azarias Ruberwa said on Wednesday after inspecting the facility.
Video: violence at the Supreme Court on 11.21.2006

Monuc - November 22, 2006

Violence at the supreme court in KinshasaBemba supporters clash with police at the supreme court on 11.21.2006
Kinshasa's Supreme Court up in flames

Monuc - November 21, 2006

Supreme court of the Congo in flame after elections protestsThe DRC Supreme Court was engulfed in flames today November 21, 2006 following a protest as the Court began a public hearing into the election contestations of defeated presidential candidate Jean Pierre Bemba.
DRC Supreme Court Burns Amid Poll Challenge

VOA News - November 21, 2006

Congo supreme court in flames after election protestsU.N. peacekeepers and firefighters in the Democratic Republic of Congo have rushed to the Supreme Court to contain violence after clashes and a fire broke out. The court is considering a complaint of fraud by the apparent loser in the Oct. 29 presidential election, former rebel leader Jean-Pierre Bemba.
A MONUC blue helmet hero in Kinshasa

Monuc - November 20, 2006

Congo - KinshasaDuring the confrontations of November 11, 2006, in front of the residence of vice-president J.P. Bemba, the Uruguayan corporal Correa of MONUC, showed courage and devotion while saving the life of a woman and her four children.
DRC Presidential Runner-Up Challenges Election Results

VOA News - November 18, 2006

Jean-Pierre BembaDemocratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Vice President Jean-Pierre Bemba has filed a legal challenge to the results of last month's presidential runoff election won by incumbent President Joseph Kabila.
Security Council urges DR Congo presidential candidates to use law for any challenges

UN News Service - November 18, 2006

Un Security Council17 November 2006 - The Security Council today added its voice to the chorus of United Nations calls for the two candidates and their supporters in the run-off presidential election in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to avoid acts of violence after the release of provisional results and to use the law only to settle any challenges.
EU electoral observer mission gives its findings

Monuc/MOE UE - November 17, 2006

MOE UEThe European Union Electoral Observer Mission (MOE UE) gave a press conference this Friday November 17 2006 in Kinshasa where they gave their findings of the elements collected by its observers on the ground, and the figures compiled by the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC).
Bemba rejects poll results

IRIN - November 17, 2006

Jean-Pierre BembaJean-Pierre Bemba, challenger to President Joseph Kabila, has rejected the provisional results of the run-off presidential poll announced by the Democratic Republic of Congo's Independent Electoral Commission.
Challenger Bemba Rejects Congo Election Results

VOA News - November 16, 2006

Jean-Pierre BembaJean-Pierre Bemba, the loser of Congo's presidential election said Thursday he will use all legal means to fight the results - a signal that the former rebel leader does not intend to use the force of hundreds of armed troops at his disposal.



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