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President Joseph Kabila Sends Congratulatory Message to President-Elect Barack Obama

Congo Planet - November 6, 2008

Joseph Kabila and Barack ObamaIt is with immense pleasure that I send you the heartfelt congratulations of the people of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), following your historic election to the presidency of the United States of America.
Congolese Celebrate Historic Barack Obama Win

Congo News Agency - November 5, 2008

President-elect Barack Obama and his familyPeople erupted in joy early Wednesday morning as Barack Obama was declared the winner. On the streets of Kinshasa, honking cars greeted the announcement as people gathered to talk about the win and what it may mean for the Congo, Africa, and the world.
Why Congolese Hope Barack Obama Wins U.S. Presidential Election

Congo News Agency - November 4, 2008

Barack ObamaA bill introduced by U.S. Senator Barack Obama, in his first year in the Senate, supports the Congolese government position that the presence of Rwandan Hutu militias (FLDR) and the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) in eastern Congo is being used as a "pretext" by Rwanda and Uganda to continue their "interference" in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
No Popular Support for Laurent Nkunda in Congo

Congo News Agency - October 31, 2008

Kivu - Congo - IDPsLaurent Nkunda’s new argument for continuing his unpopular war is that he wants “to liberate the entire country”. This assertion would be laughable if it didn’t have such tragic consequences. The vast majority of Congolese do not support his rebellion. Congolese have never supported, and will never support, a rebellion backed by Rwanda. The rebels have lots of guns, and support in Rwanda, but they lack popular support in Congo.
US Assistant Secretary to Meet DRC President Kabila Over Rebel Insurgency

VOA News - October 30, 2008

Jendayi FrazerThe US Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs is expected to meet President Joseph Kabila and other Congolese officials Thursday to address ongoing clashes between the government and the rebels in the restive North Kivu Province.
Security Council alarmed at resurgent violence in eastern DR Congo

UN News - October 21, 2008

Zhang YesuiThe Council strongly condemns the continuing recruitment and use of children by armed groups as well as the continued prevalence of sexual and gender-based violence… It urges all parties to comply with their obligations under international law, including international humanitarian law, human rights law and refugee law.
Fresh Clashes in DRC Displace Scores in North Kivu Province

VOA News - October 15, 2008

DRC refugee campThe United Nations Mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUC) says fresh clashes Tuesday night between government forces and rebels have contributed to more than 150-thousand people internally displaced. The report says Congolese army tanks pounded rebel-held hilltops and repelled an attack on a military base in the east on Tuesday in the latest round of fighting against rebels loyal to renegade army general Laurent Nkunda.
UN envoy calls for 'surge' of peacekeepers in DR Congo in face of new violence

UN News - October 3, 2008

Alan DossThe top United Nations envoy in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) today asked for additional peacekeepers beyond the nearly 19,000 uniformed personnel already there to prevent the vast country from slipping back into "horrendous" conflict.
Prime Minister Antoine Gizenga Resigns

Radio Okapi - September 25, 2008

Antoine GizengaCongolese Prime Minister Antoine Gizenga submitted his resignation to president Joseph Kabila this morning. In a statement issued today on state television, Antoine Gizenga said he is now awaiting a response from the President.
Alarm-bells ring at upsurge in fighting

IWPR - September 8, 2008

Congo soldiersEastern Congo's fragile peace process is again in crisis as fighting between rebels and the army pushes the region closer to all-out war. Observers say armed groups on all sides are digging in after clashes between the Congolese army and fighters loyal to Laurent Nkunda, the head of the Congress for the Defence of the Congolese People, CNDP.







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