Court allows secret documents about DR Congo’s Lumumba assassination
07 October 2022 | 4:15 pm
A Belgian court agrees to admit the findings of a 22-year-old parliamentary commission into its investigation. The court is looking into the 1961 assassination of DR Congo's Prime Minister Patrice Lumumba, seen by many as one of the country's founding fathers.
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