Democratic Republic of Congo

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More opposition to Quebec’s secular charter, and troubles for the Olympic torch

Where children are the killers

Where children are the killers

A rag-tag opposition forms to battle the African rebel leaders who put guns in the hands of children


Harper expresses concern about human rights in DRC, won’t boycott summit

DAKAR, Senegal – Prime Minister Stephen Harper says he has concerns about human rights in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Canadian government will express those concerns during an upcoming summit.


Prime Minister and the media wade into one of world’s danger zones

OTTAWA – Canadian photographers and camera operators travelling with the prime minister to Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of the Congo are being warned to keep their lens caps on just in case.

The hunt for a jungle psychopath

The hunt for Joseph Kony

Will this be the last stand for Kony and his vicious Lord’s Resistance Army?


Canadian mining company accused of complicity in Congo massacre

An association representing survivors of a 2004 massacre in the Democratic Republic of Congo have launched a class action lawsuit against Canadian company Anvil Mining Ltd.


Mystic leads killing spree in Congo

Under Kony’a rule, the LRA has killed or maimed 10,000