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Thousands more flee ongoing clashes in Kivu

IRIN - May 24, 2007

Congo-Kinshasa Sake areaAt least 40 children are among thousands of newly displaced civilians in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) fleeing ongoing clashes between Congolese armed forces and Rwandan rebels, officials said.
Reports: UN Peacekeepers in Congo Traded Gold, Weapons with Militias

IRIN - May 23, 2007

MONUC troops in KinshasaBritish media reports say U.N. peacekeeping troops in the Democratic Republic of Congo traded gold and weapons with militias they were supposed to help disarm.
Training workshop for DRC National Assembly deputies

MONUC - May 22, 2007

Congo ParliamentA four day training workshop is underway for DRC National Assembly deputies from May 21 to May 25 2007, at the Palais de Peuple in Kinshasa. The project, which is organized by the UNDP in conjunction with national and international partners, aims to further parliamentary knowledge of deputies in order to enhance the operational capacity of the National Assembly.
Intimidation hampers probe into post-election violence in DR Congo - UN

UN News - May 17, 2007

Monuc soldier in Kinshasa CongoThough it has interviewed some 200 victims and witnesses of the post-election clashes in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the United Nations mission there said today that Government cooperation with investigators has been tepid and many witnesses have been intimidated.
Louise Arbour: I'm encouraged by the mobilization of civil society in the fight against impunity

MONUC - May 16, 2007

Louise ArbourUnited Nations High Commissioner for human rights Louise Arbour spoke on May 15 2007 on the UN radio in the DRC- Radio Okapi - on issues relating to the fight against impunity and the reform of the justice system in the DRC, as well as sexual violence against women.
Security Council extends UN peacekeeping force in DR Congo until year's end

UN News - May 15, 2007

Un Security CouncilAiming to help the Government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) cement stability, the Security Council today extended the deployment of the United Nations peacekeeping mission there until the end of this year.
Violations of human rights common - Arbour

IRIN - May 15, 2007

Louise ArbourSerious human rights violations take place almost daily with total impunity in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), said the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Louise Arbour, on a visit to the country this week.
Violations of human rights common - Arbour

IRIN - May 15, 2007

Louise ArbourSerious human rights violations take place almost daily with total impunity in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), said the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Louise Arbour, on a visit to the country this week.
Louise Arbour to visit Kinshasa this Sunday May 13th

MONUC - May 11, 2007

Louise ArbourThe United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Louise Arbour will make a five-day working visit to the DR of Congo on May 13 2007. During her visit, Ms. Arbour will meet with President Kabila and other political authorities.
Congo Military Tribunal Acquits Woman of Inciting Supreme Court Arson

VOA News - April 30, 2007

Thérèse Nlandu MpoloA military tribunal in Democratic Republic of Congo has acquitted a woman accused of inciting the arson of the Supreme Court. The trial against opposition leader Jean-Pierre Bemba's lawyer, has been a test case for human rights in Congo, as Franz Wild reports for VOA from Kinshasa.







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