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Lingala: Ki kamarade ya bomwana tango mosusu elekaka bondeko.

Ki kamarade ya bomwana tango mosusu elekaka bondeko.

Friends from childhood sometimes connect better than relatives.

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Increasing Mai-Mai attacks in Katanga raise security risks to DRC mining operations and road cargo

Silent War Journal

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IHS Jane’s Intelligence Weekly

Key Points

  • Following an amnesty law and military successes against rebel groups in North Kivu, rebel activity is shifting south to Katanga.
  • Bakata Katanga and FDLR rebel groups remain active and, under pressure from successful military advances, are likely to increase attacks on civilians and road cargo in Katanga.
  • Risks to cargo to and from Zambia, travellers and mining operations will rise in Katanga, mainly in the Pweto ‘death triangle’ but also in and around the provincial capital, Lumumbashi.

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The UN Office for the Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) warned on 23 April that the mineral-rich southern province of Katanga in the Democratic Republic of Congo was at risk of becoming a “humanitarian catastrophe” due to deteriorating security. Despite a recently passed amnesty law for rebels and army deployment against armed groups in Katanga, armed attacks by separatist ‘self-defence militia’ groups are likely to increase…

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