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· May, 2007

Stories about D.R. of Congo from May, 2007

D.R. of Congo: Park rangers attacked by rebels

New Book Examines Causes of the D.R. of Congo's Political Instability

DRC: Congolese Curious About Money Ocean's 13 Stars Raised for Darfur

D.R. of Congo: Should Christian Revivalist Churches Be Encouraging Political Activism?

Continuing an age-old debate--is religion the "opium of the people" or can it be a catalyst for social change?--Congolese blogger Blaise Mantoto at UDPS Liege says the Congo’s Christian revivalist...

D. R. Congo: Park Rangers Attacked, Flying over Katanga, Music meets Social Activism, and Ants 2 – Brian 0

Access to the Internet in the Democratic Republic of Congo is gradually improving (World Bank figures suggest there are already over 6 million users), but will remain prohibitively expensive as...

Congolese Youth Organization Takes President Joseph Kabila to Task

Bukavu on the Congolese-Rwandan border: A city at the crossroads of conflict

Kakaluigi, a foreign missionary who has lived in the eastern region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) for 35 years describes a feeling of apprehension about the future...

Democratic Republic of the Congo: Bukavu, a city caught in the middle of many wars

In Search of a Liberation Theology in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Conservation 2.0: Congo Park Rangers Bring Global Attention To Endangered African Wildlife

Conservation, like many other areas of our professional, political and social life, is currently adapting to new trends in information and communication technologies. Despite the colossal digital divide that exists...

D.R. of Congo: Congo's forgotten women

D.R. of Congo: Army to train at World Heritage Site

DRC: UDPS’ Early Report Card for Kabila

Africa: global promotion of African businesses

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