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Human Rights Watch Chalks New Allegations Against Congo, Rwanda Troops

Congo News Agency - November 3, 2009

Human Rights Watch (HRW)Four days after Congo Government spokesman Lambert Mende lambasted Human Rights Watch about what he called “exaggerated” allegations on the situation in eastern Congo and the Congolese Armed Forces (FARDC) military operation (Kimia II) against the Rwandan Hutu militia (FDLR), the NGO responded with new allegations against the FARDC and their Rwandan Defense Force (RDF) allies in another operation (Umoja Wetu) against the FDLR earlier this year.

UN mission in DR Congo confirms improvement of situation

Xinhua - November 3, 2009

MONUC peacekeepers in CongoThe UN mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUC) has confirmed the improvement of the situation in the conflict-stricken central African country, especially in its unstable east.
DR Congo in better situation but still in aftermath of insecurity

Xinhua - November 2, 2009

Mwando SimbaThe Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has entered into a decisive phase in the process of reconstruction and democratization, but the government still has much to do to get rid of insecurity. In a recent press release, Congolese Defense Minister Charles Muando Nsimba announced the operation initiated by the armed forces FARDC and the UN mission MONUC to combat Rwandan rebels and other insurgents were on the right track with positive results.
Mazembe gain first leg advantage

BBC News - November 1, 2009

Tresor Mbutu MabiDR Congo side TP Mazembe have put themselves in a great position to lift the Champions League despite going down 2-1 away to Nigerian club Heartland in the first leg of the final on Sunday.
Government Spokesman Blasts Human Rights Watch, NGOs, on Eastern Congo Reports

Congo News Agency - November 1, 2009

Lambert MendeDuring a press conference on Thursday in Kinshasa, Government spokesman Lambert Mende blasted what he called an “avalanche of corrosive reports being poured lately” by NGOs about the situation in eastern Congo. “Those who are always telling others what to do, as if they know the Democratic Republic of Congo better than the Congolese themselves”, are suffering from “the illusion of immediate knowledge” that usually affects “amateur ethnologists”, he said.

President Jacob Zuma to Co-Chair the 6th SA-DRC Bi-National Summit in Pretoria

dfa.gov.za - October 30, 2009

Joseph Kabila and Jacob ZumaSouth African President Jacob Zuma will, on 30 October 2009, co-chair the SA-DRC Bi- National Summit with his Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) counterpart, President Joseph Kabila at the Presidential Guest House in Pretoria. President Jacob Zuma will be supported by International Relations and Cooperation Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane and 11 other Government Ministers and Senior Officials.
Heartland, Mazembe clash rescheduled for Nov. 1

CAF - October 26, 2009

CAF LogoThe Confederation of African Football (CAF) has announced the schedule for Orange CAF Champions League first leg involving Heartland FC (Nigeria) and T.P. Mazembe (DR Congo) for Sunday, November 1st at Owerri, Nigeria.
CEEAC Summit Ends in Kinshasa

Congo News Agency - October 24, 2009

Joseph Kabila and Idriss DebyThe 14th summit of the Heads of States of the Economic Community of Central African States (CEEAC) ended in Kinshasa on Saturday. President Idriss Deby Itno was named new Chairman of CEEAC, replacing President Joseph Kabila.
DR Congo to host CEEAC summit on peace, integration, environment

Xinhua - October 23, 2009

CEEAC meeting in KinshasaLeaders of Central African countries are set to attend a summit on Saturday on peace, integration and environment in Kinshasa. The 14th ordinary session of the heads of state and government of the Economic Community of Central African States (CEEAC) will tackle issues affecting the region, including peace and security, the free movement of goods and people, integration, the development of road infrastructure, energy and the new information technology.
President Joseph Kabila to visit Zimbabwe

Xinhua - October 23, 2009

Joseph KabilaVisiting Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai announced here on Thursday that President Joseph Kabila of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) will visit Harare in the coming days to mediate the crisis bedeviling the Zimbabwean government.



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