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Posts Tagged with "Katanga Province"

Mayor Chokwe Lumumba and the Congolese people

July 30, 2013

“We are not alone. Africa, Asia, and free and liberated people from every corner of the world will always be found at the side of the Congolese.” So Chokwe Lumumba, having that name, should carry the spirit. He should know, as he becomes the new mayor of Jackson, Missisippi, that he will never be alone, that there will always be people around him to make sure that he succeeds in what he is doing.

Britain’s involvement in assassination of Congo’s Lumumba confirmed

April 28, 2013

A senior British politician has revealed Britain’s involvement in the 1961 assassination of Patrice Lumumba, the Congo’s first prime minister. The leader of the Congolese independence struggle from Belgium was brutally murdered just seven months after taking office on the direct orders of the U.S. and Belgium. Britain, whose involvement had long been suspected, also had a hand in it.

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Congo peace treaty or roadmap to balkanization?

March 3, 2013

Is the peace treaty for the undeclared war in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, signed Feb. 24, really a roadmap for the division of mineral rich eastern Congo into separate countries, or even free trade zones, for the convenience of Western mining companies? Congolese mining researcher Jean Didier Lozango says the borders of the DRC must remain intact.

Vietnam, Afghanistan, Somalia … Congo? The DRC?

December 24, 2012

by Ann Garrison
KPFA Evening News broadcast Dec. 23, 2012
KPFA Evening News Anchor Anthony Fest: Turning now to news of Africa, the people of eastern Congo are facing another tragic Christmas. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees reports… Read the rest »

Congolese victims file class action against Canadian mining company

November 13, 2010

The suit alleges that Anvil provided trucks and drivers that transported soldiers and the civilians they massacred outside the town of Kilwa. Also, Anvil planes enabled the army to reach Kilwa at top speed.

Belgian paratroopers to crush rising Congo rebellion?

December 13, 2009

With the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) engulfed in bloodshed and terrorism due to the secretive occupation and expansion by the Rwandan regime of Paul Kagame, Congo’s President Joseph Kabila has reportedly requested an immediate emergency military intervention from Belgium to crush a growing rebellion sparked by resistance forces in the far Western Congo.

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All-out war, the deadliest war on the planet, in Congo

November 28, 2008

The war in Congo is a U.S. proxy war; the U.S. uses Kagame, the Rwandan army and terrorist Gen. Laurent Nkunda as their African proxy force in Congo, but this is war. It has been the deadliest, though barely reported, war on the planet for years.

Congolese children work, fight and die for our cell phones and diamonds

October 24, 2008

The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is the green heart of Africa. The country has the second largest rainforest in the world. It is resource rich but plagued with humanitarian crises resulting from the plundering of the DRC’s mineral resources are severe.

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