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24 Apr 2018
Congolese activists host the country's first fashion show for the disabled to promote acceptance and fight the stigma that often surrounds disability.
5 Feb 2018
A renegade Congolese colonel who had threatened to depose President Joseph Kabila has been extradited from Tanzania and will be prosecuted for rebellion, Congo's defence minister told Reuters on Monday (February 5).
21 Mar 2017
A mass grave of Congolese rebels seen by Reuters belies the increasingly brutal nature of fighting in the country that became worse after its president, Joseph Kabila, refused to step down at the end of his term.
24 Dec 2016

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