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· December, 2008

Stories about D.R. of Congo from December, 2008

DRC: Football match to raise money for war-ravaged Kivu

DRC: A “Gloomy” Christmas in Kinshasa

Cedric Kalonji writes about his "gloomy" Christmas in Kinshasa. With the economic crisis, it seemed like many kinois weren't up for celebrating.

MSF's Top 10 Humanitarian Crises in 2008

DR Congo: Aid Worker killed in North Kivu

DR Congo: Aid worker killed in Bukavu

D.R. Congo: Authorities close Lake Bukavu to fishing

DR Congo: Human Rights and Gender Violence Situation in North Kivu

Today is International Human Rights Day as well as the last day of the campaign "16 days of activism against gender violence" but in many parts of the world there's...

DR Congo: Subversive photo montages

Rwanda's ‘colonization’ of Congo

Video:What image opened your eyes to human rights?

The sixtieth anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is on December 10th, and Witness' The Hub team has put together a video that responds to the question: What...

DRC: Cartoons satirize Congolese politics

It's been just one month since Congolese President Joseph Kabila named a new government in an effort to quell mounting criticism over his inability to quell rebel violence in the...

D.R. Congo: Journalist's murder highlights fragile democracy

While fighting continues in the North Kivu province of the DR Congo in spite of a well-publicised ceasefire, in the relatively peaceful neighboring province of South Kivu yet another journalist...

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