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Posts Tagged with "U.N. reports"

Rwanda’s M23 prepares to fight the UN Brigade, as Obama urges ‘Congo’s neighbors’ to stop

July 11, 2013

Speaking in Tanzania at the end of his African tour, President Obama urged “countries neighboring the Democratic Republic of the Congo” to make peace. Congo shares borders with nine African nations, but the president declined to say which of them he was referring to. Obama spoke about the U.N. brigade at a press conference, but declined to name Rwanda and Uganda as the aggressors in eastern Congo.

White woman’s burden: Angelina Jolie, the G8 and rape in the DRC

April 25, 2013

On Thursday this week, in a performance that raised eyebrows and caused teeth gnashing among Congolese peace and justice activists, movie actress Angelina Jolie thanked the G8 summit of the world’s eight wealthiest nations for their effort to end sexual violence in war. KPFA’s Ann Garrison has the story.

Rwandans and Congolese should be allies, not enemies

September 24, 2012

It’s time for dialogue between Rwandan and Congolese people of like mind to finally end the 16-year war between our two armies and their various ancillary or surrogate militias. The vast majority of both of our people need democracy, political space, economic opportunity and a common share in their countries’ resource wealth.

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