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Three mass graves discovered in Ituri

IRIN - November 24, 2006

Bunia - IturiInvestigations have begun into three mass graves containing 30 corpses in a military camp in the northeastern Congolese district of Ituri, UN spokesman Kemal Saiki said Friday.
W.Swing: The transfer of Bemba's troops has already started

Monuc - November 24, 2006

William Swing - head of Monuc in Congo-KinshasaAt the farewell ceremony on November 23 2006 for the Uruguayan contingent that are now finishing their nine month tour in the DRC, William Swing, the UN Special Representative in the DRC, spoke on the current political situation in the DRC.
Tension rises after Bemba told to remove guards

IRIN - November 24, 2006

Monuc soldiers in KinshasaResidents of Kinshasa, capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo, have largely remained indoors and fearful after President Joseph Kabila requested that his rival Jean-Pierre Bemba withdraw some of his personal guards from the city by Friday.
Ultimatum against militants of defeated candidate

MISNA - November 23, 2006

Jean-Pierre Bemba supportersThe "uncontrolled" elements of the militia of the defeated presidential candidate Jean-Pierre Bemba, a former rebel leader, must be "neutralized": as stated by Interior Minister Denis Kalume, while President Joseph Kabila - confirmed provisionally after victory in the runoff - gave his rival 48 hours to move his personal guards out of Kinshasa.
Kinshasa's Supreme Court up in flames

Monuc - November 21, 2006

Supreme court of the Congo in flame after elections protestsThe DRC Supreme Court was engulfed in flames today November 21, 2006 following a protest as the Court began a public hearing into the election contestations of defeated presidential candidate Jean Pierre Bemba.
A MONUC blue helmet hero in Kinshasa

Monuc - November 20, 2006

Congo - KinshasaDuring the confrontations of November 11, 2006, in front of the residence of vice-president J.P. Bemba, the Uruguayan corporal Correa of MONUC, showed courage and devotion while saving the life of a woman and her four children.
417 Kinshasa citizens sent on national service against their will

Monuc - November 14, 2006

Kinshasa - election violence417 people, including women, children and street children, who were arrested by the Congolese National Police (PNC) after the November 11 2006 unrest in Kinshasa, have been detained and will now be sent on national service against their will.
Kinshasa stays calm after Saturday's clashes

Monuc - November 13, 2006

Kinshasa - electionsKinshasa remains calm after the violence that erupted on Saturday November 11th 2006, in the central business district of Gombe, which involved the Congolese police and members of Vice President Bemba's security forces, and left four people dead.
Calm returns after sporadic gunfire

MISNA - November 11, 2006

Kinshasa - GombeDespite the tension, calm appears to have returned to the Gombe quarter of Kinshasa, where there were isolated shooting incidents. The gunfire raised fears of a resumption of the clashes between militias tied to vice-president Bemba and president Kabila.
Monsengwo: We demand that no-one returns this country to war

Monuc - November 10, 2006

Monsengwo Pasinya - William SwingWilliam Swing, the UN Special Representative for the Secretary General in the DRC, met Archbishop Monsengwo, the president of the National Episcopal Conference of Congo (CENCO), on Thursday November 9, 2006. After the meeting Archbishop Monsengwo gave his impressions on the DRC political situation, in an interview granted to MONUC's video unit.







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