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ICC rejects Germain Katanga's motion to suspend trial

ICC - July 12, 2010

Germain KatangaThe International Criminal Court decided by majority, with Judge Kourula and Judge Trendafilova dissenting, to dismiss the appeal of Germain Katanga against the decision entitled “Decision on the Motion of the Defence for Germain Katanga for a Declaration on Unlawful Detention and Stay of Proceedings” of Trial Chamber II of 20 November 2009.
Floribert Chebeya's autopsy 'inconclusive'

BBC - July 9, 2010

Floribert ChebeyaAn independent autopsy into the death of a human rights activist in the Democratic Republic of Congo has not been able to establish how he died. But a team of international doctors say Floribert Chebeya's death last month was most likely heart-related. However, they did note superficial cuts and some bleeding around the wrists, forearms and the legs caused by an external source.
ICC suspends Thomas Lubanga trial

ICC - July 8, 2010

Thomas LubangaThe International Criminal Court ordered to stay the proceedings in the case The Prosecutor v. Thomas Lubanga Dyilo, considering that the fair trial of the accused is no longer possible due to non-implementation of the Chamber’s orders by the Prosecution. The judges had ordered the Office of the Prosecutor to confidentially disclose to the Defence the names and other necessary identifying information, of intermediary 143.
ICC: Jean-Pierre Bemba trial postponed

ICC - July 7, 2010

Jean-Pierre BembaTrial Chamber III of the International Criminal Court vacated the commencement date, scheduled on 14 July, of the trial in the case of The Prosecutor v. Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo. Trial Chamber III considered that it is in the interests of justice for the challenge to admissibility of the case raised by the Defence to be resolved by the Appeals Chamber prior to the commencement of the trial.
Equateur Province Governor Bans Exports of Unprocessed Timber

Xinhua - July 7, 2010

Carving Up The CongoThe governor of Equateur province has banned the export of raw timber from his province without prior processing on site. Jean-Claude Baende urged logging companies to process timber logs on site prior to exporting them, which he said would provide work to the residents of the province.
President Kabila Pays Respects to Sange Victims

Congo News Agency - July 5, 2010

Joseph Kabila in Bukavu - CongoPresident Joseph Kabila arrived in Bukavu on Monday morning and went straight from Kavumu airport to the bedsides of the victims of Friday night oil tanker explosion in Sange, who had been transferred to hospitals in the capital of South Kivu province.
Two Days of Mourning Declared after 235 Die from Oil Tanker Explosion

Congo News Agency - July 4, 2010

Uvira - South KivuPresident Jospeh Kabila has declared two days of mourning following the death of 235 people in an oil tanker truck explosion in eastern Congo. In a speech to the nation on Sunday, president Kabila said that the Congolese flag will fly at half-mast on Monday and Tuesday to honor the memory of those who lost their lives on Friday night in the town of Sange, near Uvira.
Oil tanker blaze 'kills 200' in eastern Congo

BBC News - July 3, 2010

Great Lakes - Kivu provincesAt least 200 people are feared dead after an oil tanker exploded and set fire to parts of a village in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The truck, travelling from Tanzania, overturned in the village of Sange.
Ban Ki-moon inaugurates new phase of UN mission in DR Congo

UN News - July 1, 2010

Ban Ki-moonFrom today, the UN mission will be known as the UN Organization Stabilization Mission in the DRC (MONUSCO) and will stay in the DRC only until 30 June next year. Last month, the Security Council passed a resolution authorizing the withdrawal of up to 2,000 UN military personnel – from an existing strength of 19,815 – by today from areas where security has improved enough to allow their removal.
IMF, World Bank Grant $12.3 Billion Debt Relief for DR Congo

International Monetary Fund - July 1, 2010

IMF - CongoThe IMF and the World Bank decided June 30 and July 1, respectively, to grant debt relief worth $12.3 billion for the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The decision of the IMF and World Bank Executive Boards will generate total debt service savings of $12.3 billion.







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