• DRC: social media to communicate and insult one another

    DRC: social media to communicate and insult one another0

    By inventing social media (Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter), the idea was to facilitate communication to humanity. Connect people separated by thousands of kilometers, share images and information in the blink of an eye, etc. The benefits of social media are well established. But in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), social networks are used to something

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  • Deathly Boats Still on Lake Mai Ndombe

    Deathly Boats Still on Lake Mai Ndombe0

    Every month now in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)  we have an accident involving a water vessel on our rivers. Each time there are dozens, even hundreds of deaths mainly traders and Congolese travelers. Recently, in the Kalehe locality in South Kivu Province, a boat capsized on Kivu lake, killing some 40 people and

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  • What is the Islamic State terrorist group looking for in the DRC?

    What is the Islamic State terrorist group looking for in the DRC?0

    A few days ago, the Islamic State group claimed for the first time an attack on Congolese territory. Eight Congolese militaries were killed. This terrorist group had never been talked about before in the Democratic Republic of Congo. So far, the only qualified terrorist movement in eastern DRC is a Ugandan Muslim rebellion called ADF

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  • DR Congo: An Electoral Commission under Kabila’s orders

    DR Congo: An Electoral Commission under Kabila’s orders0

    There are ten months left for the elections in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, but there is no evidence that these elections will take place. And even if they take place on December 23, 2018 as planned, there is no guarantee that they will be free, transparent and democratic. Among the concerns of the

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  • The Great Lakes Region’s fragile order

    The Great Lakes Region’s fragile order0

    The Great Lakes Region’s fragile democracy is taking a toll on human life, critical governance issues, and threatening stability in the region. In less than 5 years, more than 1.2 million people have crossed into Uganda from South Sudan to escape the turmoil. In the same period, more than 1 million children have crossed to

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  • Congolese Diaspora are Behind Belgium Success

    Congolese Diaspora are Behind Belgium Success9

    The UEFA European football championships in France kicks off tomorrow, with the hosts taking on Romania. This one month long celebration of European football is one of the worlds biggest football tournaments, where only the best of the best reach the final. Recent European championships have seen incredibly skillful teams such as Spain crowned champions.

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