The DR Congo's Wars Are Back

"World leaders and public attention have failed to grasp that Congo's wars have returned on an enormous scale. Armed men attack and abuse defenceless women and children every day, displacing millions," says Jan Egeland of the Norwegian Refuge Council on a visit to eastern DRC.

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    Norwegian Refugee Council, 16 February 2018

    Alarm bells ring as violence by hundreds of armed groups worsens in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Despite 13 million people now needing emergency assistance, the aid… Read more »

An informal settlement for displaced people in Mwaka village, Tanganyika province in the Democratic Republic of Congo.


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