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Precarious humanitarian situation in North Kivu

Monuc - December 13, 2006

Nord-KivuAt the weekly MONUC press conference this Wednesday December 13 2006, MONUC stated that the humanitarian situation in North Kivu remains 'precarious', as there are over 500,000 people internally displaced people (IDP's), representing half of the total number of IDP's in the DRC.
Trial begins for Congolese military and Anvil Mining ex employees accused of crimes related to the October 2004 Kilwa massacre

RAID - December 13, 2006

Anvil MiningThe trial of former Colonel Ademar Ilunga and eight of his subordinates for breaches of the Geneva Convention and its Additional Protocols will open on Tuesday, 12 December in Lubumbashi, DR Congo before the Military Court of Katanga (Case Number R.P 010/06).
Close to 6,000 militiamen to surrender their weapons in Ituri

Monuc - November 30, 2006

Congo-Kinshasa soldiersOn Thursday November 29, the last three Ituri armed groups signed a "comprehensive agreement for peace in Ituri", with the government, by which they agreed to surrender their weapons and to enter the process of DDR -Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration.
Dissident militias attack army

MISNA - November 25, 2006

Laurent KundaAt least three government soldiers were killed in an attack by dissident militiamen of former general Laurent Nkunda a Sake, 20 km. from Goma said the Armed Forces of the dem. Rep. of Congo (FARDC). There was also an unspecified number of wounded.
W.Swing: The transfer of Bemba's troops has already started

Monuc - November 24, 2006

William Swing - head of Monuc in Congo-KinshasaAt the farewell ceremony on November 23 2006 for the Uruguayan contingent that are now finishing their nine month tour in the DRC, William Swing, the UN Special Representative in the DRC, spoke on the current political situation in the DRC.
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.
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.
'Kisangani without arms' objective a success

Monuc - October 21, 2006

Monuc - KisanganiThe MONUC 'Kisangani without arms' objective, which was launched on Friday October 13 2006, has been a success to date, as the amount of unauthorised men with arms circulating the city has been drastically reduced, according to Kisangani force commander Col. Edouard Mbengue.
New patrol launched to enforce "Kinshasa, city without arms" objective

Monuc - October 3, 2006

Monuc - KinshasaFollowing the agreement signed on September 23 2006 by representatives of President Kabila and Vice President Bemba, a new patrol under the objective of "Kinshasa, city without arms", was launched yesterday October 2 2006.
The National Congolese Police launched its first patrol operation in Kinshasa "gun-free town"

Monuc - September 26, 2006

Congo Police in KinshasaOn Monday 25 September, 2006 at 5:00 pm, the National Congolese Police (PNC) launched its first operation of "weapons control patrol" in Kinshasa, in Binza Pigeon, Ngaliema district, north of the city and in Kingabwa, Limete district. The operation lasted until Tuesday morning.







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