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On the entrance web page of the press in Kinshasa: siege allow in

The newspapers this week centered on the siege in Ituri and northern Kivu, these two provinces within the jap a part of the nation which are characterised by insecurity.La Prospérit, the every day newspaper, reads: "The FCC notes the siege!" For this newspaper, the President of the Republic didn't go away the location of Ituri and North Kivu below a besieged state Joseph Kabila's FCC detached. Patriotism compels, emphasizes…

“Cluster” in a constructing in Kinshasa

Within the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), greater than 100 folks have been quarantined for the reason that starting of the week in a constructing in the middle of the capital Kinshasa. This follows the invention of a number of instances of Covid-19 amongst its passengers. A sixth of the residents of this constructing in…

On the front page of the press in Kinshasa: uncertainty in

"Insecurity and terrorism in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. The last assault in the air! It is on the front page of La République. Dagbladet reminds that "Many guesses have raised the issue of uncertainty in the eastern part of the country in recent days". According to fellow Republicans, Félix Tshisekedi is assured of solid support from Washington, which has resumed military cooperation with Kinshasa and now considers the ADF to be terrorists. "For those familiar with the US modus operandi, the newspaper…

Kinshasa and Kampala do not agree

The Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda will meet again and for ten days before the International Court of Justice. In 2005, the UN Court of Justice had already declared Uganda guilty of interference in the Eastern DRC, occupied by the Ugandan army between 1998 and 2003. Kinshasa and Kampala should have agreed on the amount…

Somalia: Farmajo arrives in Kinshasa when protests intensify in

Somalia: Farmajo arrives in Kinshasa as protests intensify in Mogadishu Kinshasa - Embattled Somalia's outgoing President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo has arrived in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo where he is expected to hold a meeting with the President of the current African Union and the President of the country Felix Tshisekedi. Farmajo, whose term…

after the failure in Kinshasa, tensions increased

The failure, on Tuesday, April 6, of a three-day conversation in Kinshasa about the Ethiopian mega-hydroelectric dam built on a tributary of the Nile, weighs on the climate in the region. As the second phase of tank filling approaches, the positions seem further apart than ever. Sudanese negotiators left Kinshasa very angry.…

in Kinshasa, the tripartite assembly ends with out

The tripartite meeting on the Great Lady of the Renaissance (GERD) ended on Tuesday, April 6 in Kinshasa. Scheduled for two days, it lasted for three days without the Ethiopian, Sudanese and Egyptian delegates reaching an agreement. Félix Tshisekedi hoped to unleash a new dynamic through this meeting to reach a consensus plan. This meeting should also lead to the setting of the goals and frequency of…

in Kinshasa, a win-win match for

The ministerial meeting on the Renaissance dam officially opened on Sunday, April 4, in Kinshasa. The Ethiopian, Sudanese and Egyptian foreign ministers made the trip to the Congolese capital. They hope to move forward towards resolving the conflict as a result of the Ethiopians' construction of this dam on the Nile. On the Congolese side, we hope that this meeting will be the starting point for the…

negotiations in Kinshasa for a means out of the disaster

Kinshasa welcomes, from this Saturday, April 3 through Monday, a new round of negotiations around the construction site for the Renaissance dam. The Egyptian, Ethiopian and Sudanese foreign ministers will be present. Ethiopia has been building Africa's largest dam since 2011 on the Nile. Sudan and Egypt in particular fear an impact on their vital water reserves. Congolese President Félix Tshisekedi…

At the entrance web page of the Kinshasa press: the means of

"Election reforms: the ambiguity of religious denominations". This headline on the front page of Le Potentiel calls for the eight religious denominations officially recognized in the Democratic Republic of Congo and "which, according to this diary, are already active in the appointment of the future leader of the Independent National Electoral Commission". "They demanded in advance profound reforms of the entire electoral system, including a review of the management of the outgoing office," the newspaper added. Le…

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