20-Jun-2022 to 15:39

Lumumba's returned tooth and Belgium's profuse apologies

APA - Kinshasa (DRC) — It took sixty-one years since Patrice Lumumba's death in acrimonious circumstances for what remained of his remains (a tooth) to be returned to his family and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) by former colonial power Belgium with profound apologies over what happened.

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19-Jun-2022 to 15:27

DR Congo imposes strict curfew on border post with Rwanda amid alleged "security...

APA - Kigali (Rwanda) — Authorities in South Kivu province near the border with Rwanda on Saturday declared an indefinite curfew restricting people to cross the border for some hours during a day over rising insecurity.

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18-Jun-2022 to 06:34

Congolese soldier shot dead after firing on Rwanda border

APA - Kigali (Rwanda) — An armed Congolese soldier was earlier Friday shot dead at the Rwanda-DR Congo border in Rubavu after he entered Rwanda and indiscriminately fired at border and security personnel on duty.

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17-Jun-2022 to 07:34

DRC: Demonstrators stand up against “Rwandan aggression”

APA-Kinshasa (DRC) — Several thousand Congolese demonstrators tried on Wednesday (15 June) in Goma to cross the border with Rwanda, accused of supporting the M23 rebellion in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

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08-Jun-2022 to 21:21

Kinshasa: Belgian king sorry for colonial-era "atrocities"

APA-Kinshasa (DR Congo) — King Philip has again expressed "sincere regrets" for atrocities supposedly committed in the Democratic Republic of Congo when it was a colony of Belgium.

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01-Jun-2022 to 16:51

Monkeypox spreading across Africa

APA - Brazzaville (Congo) — Since the beginning of the year until mid-May, the World Health Organization (WHO) says it has recorded nearly 1,400 cases, including 1,392 suspected and 44 confirmed cases.

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01-Jun-2022 to 16:45

DRC-Rwanda crisis, how far will it go?

APA - Kinshasa (RDC) — In the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), several people, including political opponent Martin Fayulu, are calling for continued demonstrations that began Monday to “say no to Rwanda in its proven support for M23,” the rebel group operating in the east of the country.

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