Thursday, 8th June 2023

DR Congo

16 Nov 2019
Activists bring poachers to justice in DR Congo, water outages in Guadeloupe and more
2 Sep 2019
Ebola: Deaths in DR Congo top 2,000
15 Aug 2019
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.
24 Jul 2019
Twelve civilians, including two children, were killed during two attacks carried out by suspected members of the Islamist-rooted ADF militia group in northeast DR Congo.
20 Jul 2019
DR Congo struggles to contain Ebola outbreak, nearly one year on.
1 Jul 2019
Special report: 'Ebola in DR Congo: An Epidemic of Rumours'
1 Jun 2019
Thousands pay tribute to Etienne Tshisekedi in DR Congo.
20 May 2019
DR Congo hosts a mini wrestling tournament between English and Congolese wrestlers at the YMCA (Youth Men Christian Association) stadium in Kinshasa, finally seeing English wrestlers win.
5 May 2019
As Ebola health workers in DR Congo battle mistrust and attacks on hospitals, the number of deaths has exceeded 1,000. WHO's emergencies chief Mike Ryan said its vaccination program will be expanded with a new vaccine.
14 Mar 2019
UN slams DR Congo's failure to prevent large-scale ethnic Banunu massacre in December
24 Jan 2019
DR Congo has experienced its first transition of power via an election. Felix Tshisekedi has taken over from President Joseph Kabila despite questions over last month's vote.
23 Jan 2019
DR Congo Catholic Church still reticent about accepting the election result.


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Civilians living downstream of the dam have been urged to evacuate in the face of catastrophic flooding.
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Hackers took over the broadcasts of several TV and radio stations in the regions bordering Ukraine. The Kremlin said authorities have regained control of the airwaves.