Rights Group Accuse DR Congo of Rewarding Abusers
Human Rights Watch has accused President Joseph Kabila of promoting two generals who have for some time been linked to serious human rights abuses.
Congolese government troops on their way to Beni for combat operations against ADF-NALU rebels.
Congo-Kinshasa: Rights Abusers Rewarded With Army Promotions
HRW, 16 July 2018
The Democratic Republic of Congo's president and commander in chief, Joseph Kabila, has promoted two generals long linked to serious human rights abuses. The new appointments,… Read more »
Congo-Kinshasa: Brutal Killings Emerge From Congolese Ethnic Conflict
CAJ News, 17 July 2018
ARMED groups are accused of barbaric violence, including attacks with guns, arrows and machetes on civilians, during ethnic clashes in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Read more »
The Democratic Republic of the Congo has rejected a report by a United Nations human rights team that accused the army of committing mass killings, torture and rape in the ... Read more »