DR Congo Threatens to Quit Peace TalksThe government has said it will pull out of negotiations with rebels if they are not given enough time to express their position on the crisis in the country.
Displaced families living in Mugunga camp, in Goma.
Southern Africa: SADC Effort to Solve Eastern DRC Conflict Goes Top-Notch
Daily News, 9 December 2012
THE Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) resolve to solve the conflict in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) went a notch higher on Saturday with the heads of SADC… Read more »
New Vision, 7 December 2012
Rebels in the Democratic Republic of Congo will start talks with Kinshasa's government in Kampala on Friday, to "resolve the conflict" in the volatile and mineral-rich east,… Read more »
New Vision, 6 December 2012
The Congolese M23 rebels have agreed to hold peace talks with the Congolese government led by President Joseph Kabila in Kampala. Read more »
Independent (Kampala), 6 December 2012
The three heads of states of Rwanda, Dr Congo and Uganda are yet to meet tomorrow to chat a way forward on how to meet the demands of the M23 rebels. Read more »
South Africa: Withdrawal of M23 Rebels in Goma Applauded
SAnews.gov.za, 6 December 2012
Cabinet has praised the leaders of the Great Lakes region for negotiating the withdrawal of the M23 rebels from the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Read more »
Observer, 6 December 2012
With M23 rebels withdrawing from previously captured Goma last week and peace talks between them and Kinshasa set to commence in Kampala, Uganda can afford to feel proud of the… Read more »