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genoLondon: We are fed up!! / Y en a Marre!! March against the genocide and the occupation of DR Congo!!

CONGOLESE ACTION YOUTH PLATFORM Blog

Y en A Marre Protest poster
Last week over 400 bodies found in mass grave on the outskirt of Kinshasa. Amongst them were men, women and 300 fetus and still born babies. We are OUTRAGED by this news. Mothers of Congo and CAYP are calling for a march against the genocide and foreign occupation in the DR Congo.
Date: Friday 10th April 2015 at 12:00 starting outside the Rwanda Embassy.
Our demands:
– STOP Genocide of the Congolese people

– END the UN, Rwandan, and Ugandan occupation in the Congo

– END arbitrary arrests and detentions in the Congo

– FREE all Political prisoners!!!

Join us on Facebook/ Spread the word:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1080269351987998/

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Kale/Today In History, Pà Kongo|About Congo

[Today in History] December 10th

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1996 – Rwandan Genocide: Military advisor to the United Nations Secretary-General and head of the Military Division of the Department of Peacekeeping Operations of the United Nations Maurice Baril recommends that the UN multi-national forces in Zaire stand down.

BIRTHDAYS

1985 – Trésor Mputu Mabi, fottball player, is born in Kinshasa
1990 – Kazenga Lualua, football player, is born in Kinshasa

Documentary/Interview, Pà Kongo|About Congo

[Documentary] L’Afrique en Morceaux (2000)

La tragédie des Grands Lacs

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Rwanda genocide: ‘Domino effect’ in DR Congo

CONGOLESE ACTION YOUTH PLATFORM Blog

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As Rwanda remembers the 20th anniversary of the genocide in which some 800,000 mainly ethnic Tutsis were killed, massacres of Hutus in neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo have been forgotten, writes the BBC’s Maud Jullien.

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Documentary/Interview, Pà Kongo|About Congo

[Documentary] Les Héritiers de l’Afrique Noire

Ducumentaire de 1h45 expliquant la guerre du Congo suivi de plusieurs documents sur Mobutu et “48h à Kinshasa’.