Cameroon-Ambazonia-CHAN2020: Group B Action

Cameroon-Ambazonia-CHAN2020: Group B Action

DOUALA, 25 January 2021 – DR Congo and Congo-Brazzaville qualified Monday for the quarterfinals of the 2020 African National Champtionship ongoing in The Cameroons. DR Congo finished at the top of Group B with seven points from two wins and one draw, followed by...
DR Congo-Tanzania: Not Welcome to the UK

DR Congo-Tanzania: Not Welcome to the UK

KINSHASA, 22 January 2021 – Passengers traveling from or transiting through the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo) or Tanzania won’t be allowed to enter the United Kingdom (UK), officials say. The decision became effective Friday and has been imposed by UK...
DR Congo: Six Park Rangers Killed

DR Congo: Six Park Rangers Killed

KINSHASA, 10 January 2021 – Six park rangers have been killed in an ttack at the Virunga National Park in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo). The attack on Sunday morning has been blamed on the Mai Mai militia. The group, which is only one of several...
DR Congo: Laurent Kabila “Assassins” Released

DR Congo: Laurent Kabila “Assassins” Released

KINSHASA, 8 January 2021 – Twenty-four people imprisoned for allegedly being behind the assassination of President Laurent Kabila have been released, 20 years after they were jailed. Family members overcrowded the entrances of the main prison in the capital of the...
DR Congo: UN Accuses Burundi, Rwanda of Meddling

DR Congo: UN Accuses Burundi, Rwanda of Meddling

NEW YORK, 7 January 2021 – Neighboring Burundi and Rwanda carried out military operations in eastern parts of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo), the UN says. The 200-page report by a United Nations Panel of Experts alleges that “from late 2019 to early...
DR Congo: Kabila Alleged Killers Pardoned

DR Congo: Kabila Alleged Killers Pardoned

KINSHASA, 3 January 2021 – President Felix Tshisekedi has pardoned two men who were convicted over the assassinaton of Laurent Kabila 20 years ago. Kabila was shot and killed by his bodyguard but the two pardoned – Col. Eddy Kapend and Geogre Leta, were found guilty...
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