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'Truce' in teachers strike, but unions insist on demands

MISNA - October 14, 2005

Congolese schools will reopen on Monday after over a month long teachers strike in demand for better salary and work conditions.


Lumumbashi: hate messages aired by local radio anger monuc

MISNA - October 13, 2005

Following the broadcasting of messages inciting hate and violence in Rwandan' style - where the radio had a decisive role in the 1994 genocide - the United Nations peace mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUC) suspended its collaboration with a radio television network of Lumumbashi.


Repatriation of Congolese refugees begins

IRIN - October 13, 2005

The repatriation of Congolese refugees who have been living in camps in western Tanzania began on Wednesday with the first batch of 282 leaving for the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the UN refugee agency, UNHCR, has announced.


170,000 get clean drinking water

IRIN - October 12, 2005

A humanitarian aid association, SolidaritÚs, launched on Wednesday a drinking water distribution network for 170,000 people in North Kivu Province in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).


Constitutional referendum postponed until december

MISNA - October 11, 2005

The Congolese constitutional referendum vote will be postponed from November 28 to December 18, as referred in a radio broadcast by the chairman of the Independent Electoral Commission (CEI), Father Apollinaire Malu Malu, who did not hide his optimism in view of the appointment


South kivu: rebels attack village, at least 15 victims

MISNA - October 11, 2005

At least 15 people, including six children, were killed yesterday in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), said UN (MONUC) sources to MISNA.


Rebels attack villages, kill 24, displace thousands

IRIN - October 11, 2005

Thousands of civilians began arriving in the town of Walungu in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) on Monday following attacks on four nearby villages, in which at least 24 civilians were hacked to death.


Lra rebels: they should have been disarmed, if only they anyone could find them

MISNA - October 7, 2005

It would seem that the 3-400 Ugandan rebels of the LRA that were said to have been in the northeast of the Congo have disappeared.


Lra: mediation effort failed, verything ready for forced disarmament

MISNA - October 7, 2005

The last attempt for mediation to secure the voluntary disarmament of 300 (or 400 say other sources) Ugandan rebels of the LRA that have been staying in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo for the past few days according to MONUC's Radio Okapi.


Army says Ugandan rebels flee back into Sudan

IRIN - October 7, 2005

The 400 Ugandan rebels from the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) who in September sought refuge in northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have been forced back across the border, a Congolese army spokesman said on Friday in Kinshasa.





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