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· April, 2006

Stories about D.R. of Congo from April, 2006

DRC: T.I. Petition & Elections Debate

“Master of the Universe,” a threat to Kabila? By Etienne Ngandu Today UDPS Liege echoes an AFP article announcing the presidential election will take place July 30. The election was...

DRC Diaspora: UDPS Wallonie May 1st Forum

DRC: Blogger Wants to Petition T.I.

DRC: UDPS Predicts “Electoral Comedy”, “Terror”

DRC: Report Says Ruling Party Received Illegal Corporate and State Funds

DRC: “A Poem From My Heart”

Image from DRC: Kobolo Humor

A Kobolo is a public transportation vehicle in the DRC. It is also the Congolese word for trunk. Photo courtesy Le Renouveau Congolais. In a humorous photo essay, Le Renouveau...

African music #7

Nothing beats a music festival. You meet like the music lovers, people interested in the genre and enjoy the good party vibe. And though you know the lineup in advance...

DRC: Cardinal Asks Congolese to Protect DRC From Foreigners

DRC: Informal vs. Official World Order

DRC: convictions for rape

DRC: UDPS Reiterates Political Muscle

DRC: sexual violence

DRC: UDPS Protest on Monday April 24, 2006

DRC: Upcoming UDPS Forum in Belgium

DRC: Civil Society Criticizes Electoral Process


DRC: Building the Demosphere

DRC: More UDPS Revelations

Voices from Zimbabwe and the Great Lakes

Zimbabwe: This is Zimbabwe is involved in a battle of semantics with Eddie cross after the former published this post which questioned some of the numbers put forth by the...

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