Category Archives: DRC

Revisiting DR Congo’s victims of violence

Elie is grateful that losing his arm won’t stop him from kicking a football around [Azad Essa/AlJazeera] As Congolese rebel group M23 marched into the provincial capital of Goma last November, the city went limp…

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In pictures: The forgotten civilians of Goma

As M23 rebels withdraw from Goma, they leave behind a battered and scared population.

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Goma residents sceptical after M23 pullout

Many residents of the eastern DRC city captured by rebels are wary they won’t be gone for long.

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In Pictures: Witnessing M23 withdrawal

Iwas in Karuba to witness the first phase of M23′s withdrawal in November 2012.

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Goma residents wait for limbo to pass

Residents say their lives have stopped since the M23 rebel group took the eastern DR Congo city

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Q&A: Behind the M23 mutiny in DR Congo

Former UN expert says solving the crisis in the country’s east requires a compromise neither side is likely to make.

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Walikale: The curse of El Dorado

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Walikale is one of those towns you won’t spot from the window of a plane. Squeezed between rolling carpets of treetops, you might just detect a brown blot on a green canvas if you strain…

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