A powerful new sculpture unveiled at UN Headquarters on Wednesday honours the memory and mission of two human rights experts who were murdered in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) five years ago.
Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo — King Philippe of Belgium, in a historic visit to Congo, said on Wednesday that his country’s rule over the vast central African country had inflicted pain and humiliation through a mixture of “paternalism, discrimination and racism.” In a speech outside Congo’s parliament, Philippe amplified remorse he first voiced two years…
The Belgian King and Queen are in Democratic <span>Republic of Congo</span> for a six-day trip.
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The 12th Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), was declared officially over on Monday, just three months after the first case was reported in North Kivu, but it marks the end of the country’s fourth outbreak of the deadly disease in less than three years, said the World Health Organization (WHO).
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A move to scrap the governing coalition in the Democratic Republic of the Congo has triggered a political crisis.