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Greater UN presence needed in Katanga to counter hunger, atrocities

UN News Service - March 23, 2006

United Nations relief officials are calling for stepped-up humanitarian and peacekeeping measures to confront hunger and ?horrific atrocities? in Katanga in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), where fighting between the army and Mai Mai rebels has driven over 150,000 people from their homes in the last six months.


Tshisekedi supporters in demo for inclusion in electoral bodies

IRIN - March 22, 2006

Thousands of party supporters of veteran opposition politician Etienne Tshisekedi marched through the streets of the Congolese capital, Kinshasa, on Wednesday demanding that their Union pour la democratie et le progres social (UPDS) be integrated into the country's election organisational structures.


UN's Annan Tells Congo's Politicians to Accept Rule, Results of Elections

VOA News - March 21, 2006

United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan has called on Congo's politicians to ensure that their post-war election is inclusive and the results are respected by all parties.


Annan in Kinshasa for last leg of Africa visit

IRIN - March 21, 2006

United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan arrived in Kinshasa, capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), on Tuesday for a three-day visit, on the fourth and final leg of his African tour.


Ituri warlord faces first trial at ICC in The Hague

IRIN - March 21, 2006

A Congolese warlord, Thomas Lubanga Dyilo, made his first appearance at the International Criminal Court in The Hague on Monday, on charges of conscripting children and using them to participate in hostilities during 2002 and 2003.


Military tribunal imprisons ex-commander for abusing children

IRIN - March 20, 2006

A Congolese military tribunal has condemned a leader of a former armed group, called Mudundu 40, to five years imprisonment for crimes including the illegal detention of children, the UN Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUC) said on Monday.


260 chickens, ducks die of suspected avian flu

IRIN - March 18, 2006

Agricultural officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo have recorded at least 260 chickens and ducks suspected of having died of the avian flu, Agriculture Minister Constant Ndom Nda said on Thursday.


Congolese Rebel Leader Lubanga Transferred to International Criminal Court

VOA News - March 17, 2006

The Democratic Republic of Congo has transferred a militia leader to the International Criminal Court in the Hague to face war crimes charges.


Security concerns in a "democracy without democrats"

IRIN - March 16, 2006

Elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are a near certainty, despite the obstacles that threaten a smooth transition to democracy. What is largely uncertain, however, is how stable the country will be in the aftermath of the polls.


From protection to insurgency - history of the Mayi-Mayi

IRIN - March 16, 2006

Before colonialism in Africa, community life centred on ethnic customs and culture. In pre-colonial Congo, people lived under the authority of a traditional chief, in observance of these cultural norms.





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