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investigations are multiplied to 13 years of death

In the Central African Republic, the deaths of at least 13 civilians on Wednesday, July 21, near Bossangoa, continue to worry. Since the tragedy, the local departments of the UN Police and the Human Rights Section in Minusca have been working hard and conducting hearings. After accusing the rebel coalition in the CPC, the government sent a delegation of ministers there.…

emotions and anger after a young person’s death

A film student at the University of Kinshasa was killed and another was injured over the weekend by a police officer from a nearby police station. The police recognize a mistake, but assure in a statement that it is by mistake that a warning shot reached the victims. The Academic Secretary-General of the University of Kinshasa urged the students to remain calm and demanded that justice be done.…

confusion in responsibility for 13 years of death

According to confirming sources, the victims, who could be more, were young traders who traveled by motorcycle to the Kouki market. The government immediately attributed responsibility for the tragedy to the CPC's rebel coalition, in which the region is one of the strongholds, but many sources point instead to Russian intervention in the area.…

Central China is hung for worse weather like death

Piles of cars were strewn across a central Chinese city on Thursday as shocked residents picked up debris from a historic deluge that claimed at least 33 lives, with heavy rains threatening surrounding regions. An unprecedented rainstorm hit a year of rain in just three hours in the city of Zhengzhou, weather officials say,…

three months later, what we know about death

Three months ago, at the end of the morning on April 20, the Chadians learned on national radio and television of the death of the head of state, Idriss Déby, who had been in power for thirty years, and the establishment of a military council. one of his sons, responsible for an 18-month transfer. What do we know today about the circumstances of his disappearance?…

Somalia worries in regards to the loss of life of its nationals in South Africa

MOGADISHU, Somalia - The Somali federal government says it is "deeply concerned" by the escalation of violence in the Republic of South Africa, following the chaos caused by supporters of former President Jacob Zuma, who has been in police custody for several years. days. Zuma is serving a 15-month prison sentence after defying a series of court orders, which necessitated his arrest and incarceration. The move angered his loyal supporters across the country. But Somalia, which has already lost four nationals, now wants…

Headline news: Cardinal Monsengwo’s death

"Cardinal Laurent Monsengwo died in France", the title of the website states Radio OkapiArchbishop Emeritus of Kinshasa died on Sunday, July 11, at the age of 81. The Catholic prelate was seriously ill and his health deteriorated in Kinshasa. He was evacuated last Monday to France to receive appropriate care, says Radio Okapi."The Congolese church is in mourning," he wrote Vatican news. You can read the interview and…

A unanimous tribute after the cardinal’s death

Tributes are rising in the Democratic Republic of Congo following the death of Laurent Monsengwo, Cardinal and Archbishop Emeritus of Kinshasa. He was the most famous figure in the Catholic Church in Congo, president of the Bishops' Conference in Zaire, already critical at the time of Marshal Mobutu. Despite his opposition to all regimes for 30 years, the tributes on Sunday night were unanimous.…

How TDF’s victory over Ethiopian troops in Mekelle sounds the dying knell for the Prime Minister

How TDF's victory over Ethiopian troops in Mekelle sounds the dying knell for Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed NAIROBI, Kenya - After months of combating, the Tigray Protection Forces previously often called the In style Entrance for the Liberation of Tigray ultimately took management of Mekelle, the regional administrative capital of Tigray, of which they misplaced management virtually eight months…

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