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16 Feb
East African regional leaders have renewed their call for an immediate ceasefire by all sides in the conflict in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo that pits the country's military against a rebel group that the government has accused Rwanda of supporting.
29 Jan
DR Congo dump out seven-time Africa Cup of Nations winners Egypt after an epic penalty shootout. Meanwhile, Guinea break Equatorial Guinea's hearts with a last-gasp goal to reach the quarter-finals.
7 Jan
From bustling Kinshasa streets to war-torn eastern villages, the DRC navigates a delicate dance between hope and skepticism. Many call for development amid unfulfilled promises as Felix Tshisekedi secures a second term.
21 Dec
National elections in Congo have been marred by delays and logistical problems, as well as fraud and violence. Opposition presidential candidates have rejected the extension, saying it violates the constitution.
16 Dec
Women's representation in Congolese politics has been minimal — until now. Ahead of the December 20 election, support for a fresh wave of women candidates is growing.
15 Dec
Next week, voters in Congo will decide whether President Felix Tshisekedi will serve a second term. Many voters want their leader to revive the DRC's fragile economy by dumping the dollar.
7 Dec
Congo plans to hold elections in December amid debates about the integrity of the country's electoral process and a spiraling conflict in the east of the DRC. How are Western nations reacting?
25 Nov
Democratic Republic of Congo President Felix Tshisekedi launched his re-election bid on Sunday in a packed-to-capacity stadium in the capital Kinshasa, urging voters to give him another mandate to consolidate his achievements.
21 Oct
Here are 10 Nigerian YouTubers and how much they earn on average. These statistics were gotten from NoxInfluencer, a youtube statistics and analytics website.
15 Sep
A high court in Democratic Republic of Congo has sentenced presidential candidate Jean-Marc Kabund to seven years in prison on 12 charges including spreading false rumors and insulting the head of state, his lawyer said on Wednesday.
18 Jun 2023
The end of the UN peacekeeping mission to eastern Democratic Republic of Congo is being heralded. But the massacre at a camp for displaced people on Sunday points to failures, experts say.
11 Jun 2023
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