Congo's Pointe-Noire port struggling despite national economic growth
The port of Pointe-Noire has been a focal point of the Republic of Congo's economy for many years. However, a fall in oil prices since 2014 has caused a crisis for local businesses, as the port bore the brunt of the country's economic crisis. at the port of Pointe-Noire.
Floods kill at least 39 in Congo's capital
At least 39 people have died in the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo following torrential rains that caused landslides near the University of Kinshasa.
Ebola becomes curable
An end of the Ebola Virus might have come as scientists are confirming reduced death rate after trial of two of four proposed drugs on patients in badly affected areas of DR Congo.
Ebola: Half of cases going undetected
Congo's new Ebola response coordinator has said half of the cases in the deadly outbreak remain undetected. Health experts fear the disease, which broke out a year ago, could spread into neighboring Rwanda.
Ebola cases in DR Congo top 2,000
The daily number of new Ebola cases has tripled in recent months, according to aid organizations. Local distrust and armed groups have hampered a response to the world's second-largest Ebola epidemic.
Congo's president pardons hundreds of political prisoners
Congo's new President Felix Tshisekedi has pardoned hundreds of political prisoners, in a shift from his predecessor's crackdown on dissent. Many opposition figures were jailed under former leader Joseph Kabila.
Conflict leaves over 200,000 children malnourished in Congo's Kasai region - UNICEF
Susan and her daughter, Rosette escaped conflict in Congo's Kasai region to find shelter in Kikwit in the country's southwest, but like thousands of other displaced civilians Susan struggled to find food for her daughter to eat.
Ebola spreads to danger zone in Congo
Efforts to contain Congo's worst-ever Ebola outbreak are being hampered by fighting and now the virus has spread to a new area of violence.
Congo at a crossroads: Waiting for election results
People in Congo are nervously waiting for results of the presidential vote. Some fear riots, while others are ready to take part. Fearing unrest, the government has cut off access to the internet. Jonas Gerding reports.