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South kivu: civilians burned alive in huts

MISNA - July 11, 2005

At least 30 people, largely women, were killed and 50 others wounded after an attack by armed men that set huts on fire in a village located in the region of South Kivu said Kemal Saiki, information officer from the UN mission in Congo, MONUC.


Hutu rebels quit forest area under UN pressure

IRIN - July 11, 2005

The deployment of United Nations troops has forced Rwandan rebels to withdraw from several areas of eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, including a national park.


At UN court, lawyers finish their oral arguments over jurisdiction

IRIN - July 8, 2005

After four days of oral arguments at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, lawyers representing Rwanda said they were confident that they had convinced the judges not to go further with the case that the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is seeking to bring against Rwanda.


NGO suspends operations in camp for 7,000 IDPs

IRIN - July 8, 2005

Humanitarian NGO Atlas Logistic has said it has suspended all aid to internally displaced people at Camp Aéro, adjacent to the Bunia's airport, in the troubled northeastern district of Ituri in the Democratic Republic of Co


Arms embargo: violations in ituri, un mission points to neighbor

MISNA - July 7, 2005

The UN mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (Monuc) has denounced a violation of the arms embargo by a nearby country to the detriment of stability in the northeastern part of the country.


Voter registration in steady increase

MISNA - July 7, 2005

With the current pace of registrations, over one million voters will have been registered by the end of the week, stated Kemal Saiki, the director of public information of the United Nations peace mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUC).


Kampala, Kigali refute Amnesty arms traffic report

IRIN - July 7, 2005

The governments of Rwanda and Uganda have denied a recent report by the human rights NGO Amnesty International that they are involved in trafficking arms to eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).


South kivu: military operation to guarantee security of civilians

MISNA - July 5, 2005

A large-scale operation was launched by soldiers of the United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUC) in the eastern South Kivu province, to guarantee the security of the populations of the territories situated between Walungu and Kabare.


Ituri: militias kill fishermen

MISNA - July 5, 2005

At least 15 people, for the most part fishermen, were killed by militias in an attack in Mokambo, in the north-east province of Ituri. The episode was reported by sources of the MONUC (United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo) and took place on June 30.


Arms from Eastern Europe fueling rights abuse, Amnesty says

IRIN - July 5, 2005

Large quantities of arms continue to flow into the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) fueling gross human rights abuse including killings, rape and torture, Amnesty International said in latest report released on Tuesday.





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