Ntabo Ntaberi Sheka, the founder of Nduma defense of Congo, has been wanted since 2011 under a national warrant for crimes against humanity, including mass rape.
War Crimes Fugitive Surrenders to UN Peacekeepers
UN News, 27 July 2017
The United Nations advocate for ending sexual violence in conflict has welcomed the surrender of fugitive rebel leader Ntabo Ntaberi Sheka to the UN peacekeeping mission in the… Read more »
Displaced (file photo).
DRC Refugees to Be Repatriated
ANGOP, 28 July 2017
DR Congolese refugees in Angola may be repatriated soon, announced on Wednesday the delegate of the Ministry of Interior of Angola in the north-east Lunda Norte province, Alfredo… Read more »
Without Elections, the DRC's Economy Will Continue to Slide
ISS, 28 July 2017
Despite their efforts to convince the Congolese population that they have their best interests at heart, the ruling majority and the government of the Democratic Republic of the… Read more »
Rebel Leader Surrenders to UN
Al Jazeera, 27 July 2017
The founder and leader of a Congo rebel group who is wanted for crimes against humanity has surrendered, the UN mission in Congo has said. Read more »
The government has repeatedly denied its troops were responsible for dozens of mass graves discovered since the Kamuina Nsapu group launched an insurrection calling for the ... Read more »
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