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OPEN LETTER TO PRESIDENT JOSEPH KABILA

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OPEN LETTER Addressed to His Excellency the President of the Democratic Republic of Congo (With our most fitting tributes) Concerns: Unsafe Situation in the Region (Reminder) Excellency, We, Actors of the Civil Society Forces vivives of the Territories of Beni and Lubero and the Cities of Butembo and Beni, gathered in Butembo in Extraordinary General Assembly this Wednesday, April 25, ...

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Angry march of the women of Beni

The Democratic Republic of Congo as a whole has 26 provinces, including the province of North Kivu, located in the east of the country, which includes several zones and very diverse tribes, including the Beni-Lubero zone and the Nande tribe. Indeed, the eastern part of the country has served several times as bases of military operations and has been the ...

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Ituri: An investigation report exposing the hidden truths about the Djugu massacres

UNDERSTANDING THE MASSACRE BOTTOM OF ITURI INTRODUCTION The phenomenon of human massacres and the destruction of entire villages has resurfaced in Djugu territory in Ituri, with a visible impetus to gradually ignite much of the province. The fire of these new forms of violence had long been brewing, not because it was activated by the ghosts of the old local ...

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The Catholic Church responds firmly to Joseph Kabila …

The Catholic Church responds to Joseph Kabila: « The people belong to God alone » On the sidelines of the meeting in Brussels with representatives of the Congolese Bishops’ Conference, Father Clement Makiobo Ma Lelo, Executive Secretary of the Justice and Peace Commission, gives us an interesting insight into the meaning and context of their delicate mission. in a country that is ...

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