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Social Media: Africa: Central Africa: Congo

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Journalist Jailed in Congo for Investigating Mining Sectors
Article on the lack of democracy, especially press freedon in Congo. By Georgianne Nienaber (OEN,01/22/2008) Read More...

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Sexual Violence Against Women and Children in DRC
Article on the violence caused by warring factions on women and children in DRC. By Georgianne Nienaber (OEN.com, 07/28/2007) Read More...

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Conflict in the Congo a resource war waged by US and British allies
Since Rwanda and Uganda invaded the Congo in 1996, they have pursued a plan to appropriate the wealth of Eastern Congo . By Kambale Musavuli (OEN 03/07/2009) Read More...

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In Congo, With Rebels Now at Bay, Calm Erupts
BUKIMA, Congo — Jean-Marie Serundori’s eyes light up when he sees his old hulk of a friend Kabirizi. By Jeffrey Gettleman (The New York Times 03/03/2009) Read More...

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A jungle alliance that may just endure
SCRUFFY but happy, Timothy is keen to talk about his new life in Rwanda. A former captain in a guerrilla army across the nearby border in the dense jungles of eastern Congo, he has spent most of his l... Read More...

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The UN must protect Congo's civilians
By Anna Husarska (02/27/2009)

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Failed States: Fixing a Broken World
Failing states continue to pose a threat to both their neighbors and the greater international community. A close examination of recent history reveals varying correlations between failed or weak stat... Read More...

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Blood at the Crossroads: Making the case for a global Arms Trade Treaty
Amnesty International's new report into how small arms from major state players in the international arena such as China, Russia and the US are finding there way into the hands of those with questiona... Read More...

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Congo's Election, the U.N.'s Massacre
The author writes that despite plans for Congo's first legitimate election Sunday, enabled by the United Nations, the UN's role in Congo is hardly uncontroversial, with UN peacekeeping troops particip... Read More...

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This is the Worst War in the World
Does the United Nations have the will to stop the killing in Congo? By Patrick Smith. (Guardian, 5/20/2003) Read More...

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