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Violence in the Kasai provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo is of grave concern. The UN Human Rights Office in a report warns that the atrocities, which have seen more than 251 people killed in one territory - the Kamonia territory in Kasai - in a period of four months, could amount to crimes under international law.
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Since August 2016, violence and unrest have torn the region apart leaving thousands of fatalities along the way. The health care system is crumbling and clashes have forced an estimated 1.6 million people to flee their homes. AV708A
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Congolese security forces and militia members fighting them have killed at least 3,383 people in the Kasai region since last October, the country's Catholic church said on Tuesday in a report based on local church sources. The United Nations had previously said hundreds died in the violence. The church report also said Democratic Republic of Congo's national army was responsible for destroying 10 villages. The army's spokesman could not be immediately reached for comment. Kinshasa on Monday (… READ MORE : http://www.africanews.com/2017/06/20/dr-congo-s-kasai-violence-led-to-over-3300-deaths-catholic-church Africanews is a new pan-African media pioneering multilingual and independent news telling expertise in Sub-Saharan Africa. Subscribe on ourYoutube channel : https://www.youtube.com/...
Public Law 109-456 or "The Democratic Republic of the Congo Relief, Security, Democracy Promotion Act" authorizes the appropriation of funds for each of fiscal years 2006 and 2007 to provide assistance to the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The act also directs the Department of State to request increased funding for the Democratic Republic of the Congo in its annual budget requests through fiscal year 2009. The act requires the President to develop a strategy to implement various policies outlined in the act with regard to the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Finally, the act directs the President to appoint a Special Envoy to help resolve instability in the Eastern Congo. http://www.govtrack.us/congress/billtext.xpd?bill=s109-2125
This fine, fresh and fascinating picture crafts the parallel cycles of the life of man and beast into a magnificently interwoven drama. Narrated by Orson Welles, and described as "a sprawling, multicoloured mosaic of nature" it unfolds the wonder of the African Jungle in all its majesty.
To watch the entire 'I Am Congo' series visit www.RaiseHopeForCongo.org/IAmCongo Human rights lawyer Denise Siwatula fled a volcanic eruption with just her law book. She returned home to Goma, eastern Congo, becoming an advocate for rape survivors. She is a lawyer for Synergie, a coalition providing legal and medical services to rape victims.
Daily Press Briefing: Democratic Republic of the Congo, Central African Republic, Somalia, Iraq, Press Conference Briefing by Farhan Haq, Deputy Spokesman for the Secretary-General. Highlights: ----------------- - D.R. CONGO: SECRETARY-GENERAL CALLS FOR RESTRAINT, RESPECT FOR RIGHT TO PEACEFUL ASSEMBLY FOLLOWING DEADLY PROTESTS - U.N. MISSION IN CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC DEPLOYS REINFORCEMENTS TO PAOUA AFTER ANTI-BALAKA ATTACK - SOMALIA: DEEP CONCERN OVER DESTRUCTION OF DISPLACED SETTLEMENTS IN MOGADISHU - TERRORISM AND ARMED CONFLICT KILLED 69 CIVILIANS IN IRAQ IN DECEMBER 2017 - U.N. MISSION Full Highlights: https://www.un.org/sg/en/content/noon-briefing-highlight?date%5Bvalue%5D%5Bdate%5D=2%20January%202018
In January 2014, media law specialists from Internews' Media Sector Development Program (MSDP) took part in a TV program to advocate for the adoption of an Access to Information Act. This issue is part of a TV campaign initiated by Africa TV to raise awareness on the importance of access to information in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Officials said, Western diplomats met Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila on Saturday in a bid to persuade him to drop plans for amending the country's electoral law, after the measure drew violent protests earlier this week. Under Kabila's proposed law, a national census would have to be completed before the next presidential elections, expected in 2016. The government argues a census is long overdue and would allow better management of the country. But the opposition says the new bill is a ploy to keep Kabila, 43, in power beyond the end of his mandate in 2016, as a census would take years to complete in an impoverished country the size of Western Europe. Kabila's proposed bill has angered people across the country. He has been in power since 2001, when he took from his ...
In the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the incidence of rape and other forms of sexual and gender-based violence is the highest in the world. The United Nations estimates that since armed conflict began in 1996, more than 500,000 women have been victims of rape and sexual violence. You can help the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI) combat sexual violence in the DRC. Learn how at http://www.abarol.org
The project, developed in the Kahuzi-Biega National Park, facilitated a conflict resolution strategy between local communities and park rangers, which has helped raise community support for conservation and resulted in 180 people abandoning illegal activities in the park.
Democratic Republic of Congo's parliament gave final approval on Sunday to an electoral law shorn of a controversial provision that risked delaying a vote due in 2016 and had triggered days of deadly protests. The reversal is a major blow for President Joseph Kabila's camp and a leading opposition leader said demonstrations planned for Monday would now be called off. Last weekend, the lower house passed the law with a measure ordering a national census before the next presidential election. The second vote was passed with a large majority in the National Assembly on Sunday and came after the Senate had proposed a version of the law that incorporated the demands of the street and diplomats. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/Reuters/worldNews/~3/jeU2NvAOGxw/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com
Lawmakers loyal to Congolese President Joseph Kabila gave initial backing on Monday to a bill requiring a national census before a 2016 election. That overcomes protests by opposition legislators who said the move would delay the vote by years. By law, Kabila will not be able to stand for re-election next year and critics say the census is a strategy to prolong his time in office while avoiding the potentially tricky issue of constitutional change. The mineral-rich Democratic Republic of Congo has about 65 million people spread across a nation as big as western Europe, with little infrastructure and difficult communications, making any count of people highly difficult. The government says the census can be completed within a year and that it is required for fair and transparent elections. ...
The Republic of the Congo is my paternal country of origin; it is a country with potentials of becoming a First World country in a couple of decades, unfortunately there is a lot of bad governance and corruption in the country. This situation brings the majority of the citizens in poverty, especially when you have a 52 % unemployment and 70% of the population lives off less than $2 a day. Between the 1960s and the early 1980s, the Congolese enjoyed a comfortable standard of living to a point where students did not even have to pay to study at any University. Students were even receiving grants from the government and the infrastructure was wonderful, but at the beginning of the 1990s things began to worsen, while the country was on the way to its first democratization process. The first an...
"Every year in Africa somewhere between 30 and 40 thousand elephants are killed for their ivory. With less than half a million left their numbers are being decimated by Asia's insatiable appetite for ivory and those who will kill them for money. This is the first in a series of special reports on poaching, the ivory trade and the last of Africa's elephants. Our Africa Correspondent Alastair Leithead travelled to the northern Democratic Republic of Congo, to Garamba - one of the continent's oldest national parks where they have lost eight rangers in the last year, and protecting elephants appears to be more like war than conservation." Subscribe to BBC News HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Check out our website: http://www.bbc.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews Twitter: ht...
Western powers have urged Democratic Republic of Congo to withdraw or re-draft divisive changes to electoral law due to be voted through on Thursday, after days of deadly protests over the legislation, diplomatic sources said. At least one woman was killed when police fired tear gas and live rounds to break up thousands more activists in the eastern city of Goma on Thursday, witnesses said. Police told Reuters only tear gas and sound grenades were used. Opposition groups and protesters say the planned legislation is a government ploy to delay national elections, currently scheduled for 2016, and keep President Joseph Kabila in power. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/Reuters/worldNews/~3/RaqKS_2l5H8/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com
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My skin is crawling.
I see breath which makes me damn the day.
The fall for a lazy lie promised to me.
When you wake, do you see the pain you've caused?
Aware and forbidden, this was all for love.
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My skin's crawling
It'll keep crawling.
My skin's crawling
It'll keep crawling.
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