Police have detained dozens of people accused of violating a ban on protests against DR Congo President Joseph Kabila, police have said. "Police have arrested and detained 34 people in Kinshasa," after Monday's protests, said national police spokesman ... Business Standard, 1 week ago
Dozens still in custody after DRCongo protest ban arrests: UN - DNA, 1 week ago
DR Congo police accuse rebels of killing 39 officers - Business Standard, 4 weeks ago
Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila named a former member of the largest opposition party as prime minister Friday, a move likely to further divide Kabila's opponents after talks to negotiate his exit from power broke down last week. A ...MSN India, 2 weeks ago DR Congo PM resigns under power-sharing deal with opposition DNA, 2 weeks ago
The United Nations Security Council will vote today to cut the number of troops in its peacekeeping mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo. US ambassador Nikki Haley said the force's authorized strength of 19,815 would be cut by 3,600 -- but that 3,100 ...Business Standard, 3 weeks ago
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