U.S. threatens more sanctions for hindering democracy in Congo
CONGO-POLITICS/UN (TV):U.S. threatens more sanctions for hindering democracy in Congo
IMF says Congo assistance contingent on political progress
CONGO-ECONOMY/IMF:IMF says Congo assistance contingent on political progress
New Study Reveals Economic Toll Of Malnutrition In Democratic Republic Of Congo
KINSHASA - The economy of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is losing 1.637 billion Congolese francs, or more than a billion dollars a year, to the effects of child undernutrition. This is equivalent to as much as 4.5 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP).*
US$55 Million Needed For Life-Saving Assistance To DRC Refugees In Northern Angola
Pretoria – Thirteen UN agencies and NGOs are seeking US$55 million to continue helping the growing number of refugees arriving in Angola from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Since April, some 31,000 refugees have arrived in Angola's Lunda Norte province, fleeing violent attacks in the DRC's Kasai region.
Congo declares Ebola outbreak over after four deaths
Democratic Republic of Congo declared its two-month Ebola outbreak officially over after 42 days without recording a new case
Canada's First Cobalt braves political risk to pile in to Congo
COBALT-CONGO/ (PIX):Canada's First Cobalt braves political risk to pile in to Congo
In Kenya, UNHCR Special Envoy urges support for child refugees
Angelina Jolie calls for reflection on the "pain and suffering" of refugee children during a visit to a centre for adolescent girls in Nairobi on World Refugee Day.
Raped then rejected, stigma drives former girl soldiers back into Congo's militias
"It is better to die there than come home and be rejected"
U.S. warns of new reports Congo troops killing, raping women, children
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, called for action
African leaders say election delays spell "grave danger" for Congo
Dozens died last year in violent anti-government protests in major cities