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Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete with Congolese President Joseph Kabila in Pretoria on November 4, 2013. (AFP PHOTO / ALEXANDER JOE).
In November, the Congolese army, alongside U.N. peacekeeping troops, defeated the main M23 rebel group, seen as the greatest threat to President Joseph Kabila in more than a decade. The government has had an arrest warrant out for Morgan since ...
Some 365,000 people, mostly from DRC President Joseph Kabila's Balubakat ethnic group, have been displaced in northern Katanga over the past year by this shadowy force.
... tough competition, despite Pretoria's role in UN peace initiatives in the DRC from 1996 - between Laurent Kabila and the ousted dictator Mobutu Sese Seko - to as recently as late 2013 between the M23 rebel movement and Joseph Kabila's government.
... be done, the Kennedys have joined forces with other couples adopting babies from the DRC and formed a petition to Congress asking U.S.

According to the statement, the conditions for lifting the moratorium, which were set out in a legal decree signed by DRC's President, Joseph Kabila, in 2005, have not been met. Most industrial logging concessions still have no agreed forest management ...
President Joseph Kabila himself was among the rebels who put his late father in power. In 2010, the UN High Commissioner for human rights published a report documenting serious violations of international humanitarian law in DR Congo between 1993 ...
... be done, the Kennedys have joined forces with other couples adopting babies from the DRC and formed a petition to Congress asking U.S.
The Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR) is at the heart of two decades of war and instability in Joseph Kabila's Democratic Republic of Congo, in which millions of people have died from violence, hunger and disease. Founded by members ...
The government is keen to tap new revenue streams, partly to help pay for elections in 2016 when President Joseph Kabila is scheduled to step down.
The killings are blamed on forces of the post-genocide government in Kigali, who backed a rebel movement led by Laurent-Desire Kabila, the late father of the current president of the Congo, Joseph Kabila. "There were many clues showing that the goal ...
The killings are blamed on forces of the post-genocide government in Kigali who backed a rebel movement led by Laurent-Desire Kabila, the late father of current DR Congo President Joseph Kabila. "There were many clues showing that the goal was to ...
The killings are blamed on forces of the post-genocide government in Kigali who backed a rebel movement led by Laurent-Desire Kabila, the late father of current DR Congo President Joseph Kabila. "There were many clues showing that the goal was to ...
... has the reputation of not being independent. Attempts are also being made in neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo to try to change the Constitution to permit President Joseph Kabila to be able to be re-elected for a third term by elections in ...
President Joseph Kabila and the Congolese government have recently pledged to strengthen the country's capacity to tackle impunity for atrocities against civilians.
Specifically, the declaration urged the Congolese government and its president, Joseph Kabila [Britannica profile], to establish specialized mixed chambers and adopt legislation implementing the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC ...

On November 28th 2011, Joseph Kabila was elected for his second term as President of Congo's Third Republic. The elections were so controversial that a climate of turmoil reigned on the streets of Kinshasa for months.
President Joseph Kabila declared three days of national mourning, which began on Thursday, described by Mende as a display of compassion and solidarity with the people of Congo.
President Joseph Kabila declared three days of national mourning, which began on Thursday, described by Mende as a display of compassion and solidarity with the people of Congo.
On Thursday, Congolese President Joseph Kabila announced three days of mourning for those who drowned. The U.N.'s Lejeune-Kaba says Uganda currently hosts about 329,000 refugees from various countries, most recently from South Sudan.
On Thursday, Congolese President Joseph Kabila announced three days of mourning for those who drowned. The U.N.'s Lejeune-Kaba says Uganda currently hosts about 329,000 refugees from various countries, most recently from South Sudan.
President Joseph Kabila proclaimed three days of public mourning starting on Thursday "to show solidarity and compassion with the entire Congolese nation", Mende said.
On Thursday, Congolese President Joseph Kabila announced three days of mourning for those who drowned. The U.N.'s Lejeune-Kaba says Uganda currently hosts about 329,000 refugees from various countries, most recently from South Sudan.
A week before the conference, authorities hastily smoothed over potholes with sand and repainted buildings, including those at Goma University.
President Joseph Kabila proclaimed three days of public mourning starting on Thursday "to show solidarity and compassion with the entire Congolese nation", Mende said.
President Joseph Kabila proclaimed three days of public mourning starting on Thursday "to show solidarity and compassion with the entire Congolese nation", Mende said.
Members of Congolese President Joseph Kabila's Presidential guard stand in the rain outside the polling station where Kabila casts his ballot in the country's presidential election in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, Monday Nov. 28, 2011.
According to him, the president of DR Congo, Joseph Kabila, will present succinct information about the prevailing situation in the country.
Presidents Paul Kagame and Denis Sassou Nguesso of the Republic of Congo gave explanation on the threat posed by the FDLR terrorists, while their DR Congo counterpart Joseph Kabila gave an update on the security situation in the east of his country ...
Luanda - The presidents of the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda, Joseph Kabila and Paul Kagame, were the last to leave Luanda, after attending the Summit of heads of State and government of the International Conference on The Great Lakes ...
Both Presidents Jacob Zuma and Joseph Kabila have been asked by Sata why they shave their heads. The issue proved more serious for ministers John Phiri and Ngosa Simbyakula in Lusaka: they were simply told to choose between their jobs or their ...
Along with his army, Joseph Kabila, the current President of the DRC, is also involved in looting the country's resources.
Other leaders attending the summit include Kagame of Rwanda, Pierre Nkurunziza of Burundi, Jacob Zuma of South Africa, Joseph Kabila of the DRC, Sassou Ngweso of Congo Brazaville and the host, Angolan President Jose Eduardo dos Santos.
Over the past decade, rebellions against the Joseph Kabila-led administration had led tens of thousands of people to flee to Uganda, where about half of the nearly 400,000 refugees are Congolese.
In fact, they were not allowed to drive their diplomatic cars through to the drop-off point at the venue as such they had to chance lifts from designated buses to the venue and back to the hotel.
Runiga said the international community and the DR Congo government have not yet fixed a date for the repatriation of ex- combatants of M23, who are currently living in Uganda and Rwanda.
... repatriation of ex- combatants of M23, who are currently living in Uganda and Rwanda. In February, Congolese President Joseph Kabila promulgated an amnesty law for those who had engaged in acts of insurrection, war or political revolts between Feb.
Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila is welcomed by his South African counterpart Jacob Zuma during a meeting of leaders from the SADC in Pretoria.
In a January letter to President Joseph Kabila, seen by Reuters, Mr Ponyo set out plans to ration energy to mining companies and called for a suspension of expansion plans.
President Joseph Kabila is barred from running for a third mandate in 2016, and Constitutional Article 220 impedes any constitutional amendment regarding the term limits for the head of state.
In a January letter to President Joseph Kabila, seen by Reuters, Ponyo set out plans to ration energy to mining companies and called for a suspension of expansion plans.
The next two steps, he said, should be the reform of the army, which has been undermined by corruption and the willy-nilly integration of former rebels, and the creation of a state apparatus that can work under someone other than President Joseph Kabila.
This is despite the fact that in 2011, the Congolese government seemed to be on track to establish specialised mixed courts to prosecute international crimes.
In January, Prime Minister Augustin Matata Ponyo wrote to President Joseph Kabila setting out plans to ration power to major mining companies in the copper-rich Katanga province and demanding that miners halt any plans for expansion.
... decision last year, which found she received death threats from this militia, allegedly controlled by Lambert Mende, the DRC's current minister of communications, who is the long-serving official government spokesman, and close to President Joseph ...
In January, Prime Minister Augustin Matata Ponyo wrote a letter to President Joseph Kabila setting out plans to ration power to major international mining companies in the copper-rich Katanga province and demanding that miners halt any plans for ...
The heads of state who attended were Jacob Zuma of South Africa, Teodoro Obiang Nguema of Equatorial Guinea, Michael Sata of Zambia and Joseph Kabila of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Former heads of state included Jerry Rawlings from Ghana ...
In January, Prime Minister Augustin Matata Ponyo wrote a letter to President Joseph Kabila setting out plans to ration power to major international mining companies in the copper-rich Katanga province and demanding that miners halt any plans for ...
DR Congo has vast mineral reserves, including gold, diamonds, 10 percent of the world's copper, and 33 percent of cobalt, used in mobile phones.


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