Stability in DR Congo Still Fragile, Says UN
Despite the withdrawal of M23 rebels from the provincial capital of Goma, the United Nations says stability in the region remains fragile.
Congo-Kinshasa: Wishing the Rebels Would Remain
Inter Press Service, 1 December 2012
Lined up along a dirt path that meanders its way up into the lush war-torn mountains surrounding the small town of Sake, in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, hundreds of young... read more »
The Independent, 30 November 2012
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African Arguments, 30 November 2012
The recent fall of Goma has starkly highlighted the shaky foundations of the 'peace architecture' that was built in the wake of the Second Congo War (1998-2002). Briefly, it once... read more »
Displaced (file photo): The United Nations is calling for stability to be maintained in order to allow for humanitarian aid to reach those in need.