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Clashes in DRC: does M23 change strategy?

In the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, it is the first time since the resumption of hostilities between the M23 rebels and the Congolese army that the clashes have been so deadly. At least 13 civilians, including four children, were killed between June 19 and 21 in Rutshuru's territory, according to the United Nations. At the beginning of the week, the fighting affected the groups Kisigari and Jomba, west of the city of Bunagana, under the control of the M23. Is this a development in the conflict?

Christophe Lutundula Apala: “The DRC has never had

The Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Christophe Lutundula Apala was in the United States this week. With two major meetings: a debate on Monusco in the Security Council in New York, then a meeting with Antony Blinken in Washington. He did not fail to discuss with his counterpart the growing tensions between the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda. He answers questions from Carrie Nooten.

The Rwandan military accuses the DRC of firing rockets

The Rwandan military accuses the Congolese military of being behind rocket fireplace that landed in Rwanda on Monday. According to Rwanda's Defense Forces (RDF), two sectors have been affected within the northwestern nation and there have been a number of…

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