UN peacekeepers say they found mass graves in Ituri province, where a recent surge in violence left towns and villages in ruins and more than 260 people dead.
UN Peacekeepers Uncover Suspected Mass Graves
VOA, 27 April 2018
U.N. investigators have uncovered what they believe to be five mass graves in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, the scene of nearly 20 years of fierce ethnic fighting. Read more »
A child soldier rides back to his base in Ituri Province (file photo).
Aid Groups in Congo Fear Political Tensions Could Impede Their Work
IRIN, 26 April 2018
Diplomatic spats and a government push to manage international funds may mean less help for the 13.1 million people in need Read more »
The Southern Africa Development Conference meeting in Luanda will discuss Kinshasa's efforts to hold elections and stabilize the country and also assess the consolidation of ... Read more »
U.N. Emergency Relief Coordinator Mark Lowcock says very good progress has been made toward the U.S.$1.7 billion fundraising goal for the country and that he is confident that the ... Read more »
The Extraordinary Summit of the SADC Double Troika is paying specific attention to the implementation of SADC decisions relating to political instability in Lesotho, and the ... Read more »
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