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Centrafrique: retour de 108 casques bleus congolais de la Minusca

Source: Centrafrique: retour de 108 casques bleus congolais de la Minusca

Kale/Today In History, Pà Kongo|About Congo

[Today in History] February 15th

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1970 – Nationalists disrupt UN session on Congo
1978 – Zaire revises constitution

Documentary/Interview, Pà Kongo|About Congo

[Documentary] Les Voleurs d’Uranium du Congo

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La Monusco totalise 15 ans de présence en RDC

CONGOLESE ACTION YOUTH PLATFORM Blog

09-25-koblerLa mission de l’Onu totalise 15 ans dimanche 30 novembre 2014 en RDC. La Monusco, jadis Monuc, a vu le jour au terme de la résolution 1279 du 30 novembre 1999 du Conseil de sécurité des Nations unies visant la restauration de la paix en République démocratique du Congo. 15 ans

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[Documentary] Katanga the Untold Story (1962)

Documentary by G. Edward Griffin about USA involvement in war again communism in Congo under the pretext of peacekeeping.

Duration: 59′
Language: English

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Kale/Today In History, Pà Kongo|About Congo

[Today in History] November 14th

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1960 – Belgium threatens to leave UN due to criticism on its policy on Congo

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[Today in History] November 11th

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1961 – Congolese soldiers kill 13 Italian UN pilots

Kale/Today In History, Pà Kongo|About Congo

[Today in History] July 18th

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1960 – 1st UN troops reach Congo

Kale/Today In History, Pà Kongo|About Congo

[Today in History] July 14th

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1960 – Lumumba and Kasa-Vubu stop all diplomatic discussions with Belgium and the UN send troops to Katanga.

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Congo’s Harrowing Violence Pushes UN Into New Role (PHOTOS)

CONGOLESE ACTION YOUTH PLATFORM Blog

Democratic Republic of Congo War Congolese commandos celebrate as they advance up a mountainous road toward Bunagana, the last remaining stronghold of M23 rebels, in October 2013. (PETE MULLER, PRIME/NEW YORK TIMES)

At a refugee camp in the Democratic Republic of Congo last October, a women sunk to her knees in front of the visiting U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. “Every time we move out of this place, we are raped by various bandits,” she told Samantha Power, urging her for help.

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