Former CIA director James Woolsey's signature appears on a form disclosing that his wife is lobbying for the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Ces femmes montrent les Congolais au quotidien.
These women are showing the Congolese people beyond the headlines.
Louise Linton wrote that she escaped attacks by Congolese rebels, but people say that and other claims by her are false.
The 66-year-old musician was performing in Abidjan in Ivory Coast on Sunday.
The proposed changes could see two-term president Joseph Kabila in power long after his term expires.
It is not known why the bandits stole the blood.
The Congo outbreak was unrelated to the larger epidemic in West Africa. A total of 49 people have died from Ebola in the Congo since August.
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The World Health Organization says the deadly virus didn't spread.
The deaths are this outbreak's first cases reported outside of West Africa. More than 1,400 people have died so far, in the virus' deadliest outbreak ever.
The World Health Organization says the outbreak is a "public health emergency of international concern."
Five years after his retirement, one of the greatest shot-blockers in NBA history is as visible as ever, thanks to a trademark finger-wag that helped him become an icon and clear a path for the league's globalization.
21 others have been injured.
One soldier convicted of rape could serve a life sentence. Thirteen of the accused were acquitted of all charges; the remainder will serve varying sentences for crimes like pillaging and robbery.
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Germain Katanga was convicted of war crimes at the International Criminal Court today at The Hague. But the Court found insufficient evidence linking him to rape and sexual slavery.
"We have broken the backbone" of sexual violence, Zainab Bangura said. But national accountability falls behind.
Dandies in Congo, emos in Iraq, electro-hillbilly truckers in Japan. No matter how hard life can be, people carve out original ways of living.
The brutal and devastating war in the Congo is fueled in no small part by "conflict minerals," such as tantalum, tungsten, tin and gold. All of these minerals end up in our fancy gadgets in one way or another.
Nice touch with the French, Onion News Network. Very authentic. "Now we can go to the garbage dump to rummage for building supplies without worrying about the rebels raping us to death. Now I'm my own boss." Gotcha Media
You may want to return that one-way ticket to the Congo, as sorcerers of black magic have been making penises shrink or - worse - disappear.