UN Finds Evidence of Mass Civilian Killings in Congo
Rebel groups in Kinshasa have killed more than 200 civilians during more than 70 rebel attacks on villages over a five-month period, according to a United Nations report.
Congo rebels (file photo).
Congo-Kinshasa: Sanctions On M23 Will Not Bring Peace
The New Times, 14 November 2012
On Tuesday, the United States ordered sanctions against the head the M23 rebel group for his alleged role in causing mayhem to this troubled region of Congo. read more »
Congo-Kinshasa: Bemba Calls For Congolese Unity - From Jail
Hirondelle News Agency, 13 November 2012
Former Congolese vice-president Jean-Pierre Bemba has called from his prison cell in The Hague for his compatriots to end the war in the east of their country and avoid its ... read more »
Congo-Kinshasa: Civilians Face Attacks in North Kivu
Catholic Information Service for Africa, 12 October 2012
There is ongoing violence against civilians in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Four days ago, rebels attacked the village of Bilulu, after overcoming the local military garrison, ... read more »
Congo-Kinshasa: UN Makes New Call for Peace in East
UN News Service, 9 October 2012
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said he remained deeply concerned over the security and humanitarian situations in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), and called for ... read more »
Amidst continuing violence by a number of active militias in North and South Kivu, most notably the M23, experts say leaders in Kinshasa, Kigali and the rest of the region must ... Read more »