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A MONUC blue helmet hero in Kinshasa

Monuc - November 20, 2006

Congo - KinshasaDuring the confrontations of November 11, 2006, in front of the residence of vice-president J.P. Bemba, the Uruguayan corporal Correa of MONUC, showed courage and devotion while saving the life of a woman and her four children.
DRC Presidential Runner-Up Challenges Election Results

VOA News - November 18, 2006

Jean-Pierre BembaDemocratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Vice President Jean-Pierre Bemba has filed a legal challenge to the results of last month's presidential runoff election won by incumbent President Joseph Kabila.
Electoral commission declares incumbent Kabila winner of Congo's presidential runoff

AP - November 15, 2006

Joseph Kabila KabangeIncumbent President Joseph Kabila was declared the winner Wednesday of Congo's tense runoff election, defeating his rival and ex-rebel leader, Jean-Pierre Bemba, in the country's first multiparty contest in more than four decades.
DRC Provisional Results Give Kabila Victory

VOA News - November 15, 2006

Apolinaire Malu MaluThe final vote count in the October 29 election in the Democratic Republic of Congo puts Transitional President Joseph Kabila far ahead of his opponent, former rebel leader Jean-Pierre Bemba. However, the election commission has not yet declared a winner because of charges of cheating made by Mr. Bemba's side.
Appeal for calm as country awaits poll result

IRIN - November 15, 2006

Kinshasa - electionsForeign envoys monitoring the elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) on Wednesday appealed for calm while armed forces patrolled the streets of the capital, Kinshasa, amid rising tension between supporters of presidential contenders Joseph Kabila and Jean-Pierre Bemba.
417 Kinshasa citizens sent on national service against their will

Monuc - November 14, 2006

Kinshasa - election violence417 people, including women, children and street children, who were arrested by the Congolese National Police (PNC) after the November 11 2006 unrest in Kinshasa, have been detained and will now be sent on national service against their will.
Police arrest 337 over Kinshasa clashes

IRIN - November 13, 2006

KinshasaPolice in Kinshasa, capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), have arrested 337 people, including 87 children, over violence that rocked the city on Saturday, Interior Minister Denis Kalume said on Monday.
Kinshasa stays calm after Saturday's clashes

Monuc - November 13, 2006

Kinshasa - electionsKinshasa remains calm after the violence that erupted on Saturday November 11th 2006, in the central business district of Gombe, which involved the Congolese police and members of Vice President Bemba's security forces, and left four people dead.
Hundreds of Arrests Follow DRC Violence

VOA News - November 13, 2006

KinshasaHundreds have been arrested in the Democratic Republic of Congo in the aftermath of deadly clashes Saturday surrounding preliminary election results.With only 10 percent of the vote left to be counted, and preliminary election results showing presidential incumbent Joseph Kabila leading with nearly 60 percent of the vote, supporters of his opponent, former rebel leader Jean-Pierre Bemba, are making accusations of election fraud.
Calm returns after sporadic gunfire

MISNA - November 11, 2006

Kinshasa - GombeDespite the tension, calm appears to have returned to the Gombe quarter of Kinshasa, where there were isolated shooting incidents. The gunfire raised fears of a resumption of the clashes between militias tied to vice-president Bemba and president Kabila.







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