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Why Kabila's bid to remain in power is bad news for the Democratic Republic of the Congo - The Conversation AU

Why Kabila's bid to remain in power is bad news for the Democratic Republic of the CongoThe Conversation AUDr. Nelson Alusala is affiliated with the University of Pretoria as a Senior research fellow and with the Institute for Security Studies (ISS), Pretoria as a consultant. Partners. University of Pretoria provides funding as a partner of The Conversation ...and more »

Congo police arrest over 100 as anti-Kabila protests dispersed - Reuters;

Congo police arrest over 100 as anti-Kabila protests dispersed - Reuters

ReutersCongo police arrest over 100 as anti-Kabila protests dispersedReutersKINSHASA (Reuters) - Police in Democratic Republic of Congo arrested at least 128 people on Monday as they dispersed protests demanding that President Joseph Kabila leave power by the end of the year, Human Rights Watch said. A series of marches ...and more »

Police, protesters, clash in DRC in anti-Kabila rallies - eNCA;

Police, protesters, clash in DRC in anti-Kabila rallies - eNCA

eNCAPolice, protesters, clash in DRC in anti-Kabila rallieseNCAPresident of the Democratic Republic of Congo Joseph Kabila (L) looks on during a meeting with South African President Jacob Zuma at Sefako Makgatho Presidential Guest House in Pretoria on June 25, 2017. Photo: Phill Magakoe / AFP. CONGO – Police ...and more »

Dozens detained in DRC as opposition urges elections - News24;

Dozens detained in DRC as opposition urges elections - News24

News24Dozens detained in DRC as opposition urges electionsNews24Kinshasa - Democratic Republic of Congo's political opposition says dozens of people have been detained following demonstrations in the capital calling for presidential elections by the end of the year. Victor Tsesongo with the group known as LUCHA ...and more »

Clashes in DRC city during anti-Kabila protest - News24;

Clashes in DRC city during anti-Kabila protest - News24

News24Clashes in DRC city during anti-Kabila protestNews24Kinshasa - Clashes broke out on Monday in the east Democratic of Republic of Congo city of Goma between police and demonstrators opposed to President Joseph Kabila's sustained grip on power and demanding elections. The youth movement Struggle for ...and more »

DRC: exiled opposition leader, Katumbi backs anti-Kabila protests - Medafrica Times;

DRC: exiled opposition leader, Katumbi backs anti-Kabila protests - Medafrica Times

Medafrica TimesDRC: exiled opposition leader, Katumbi backs anti-Kabila protestsMedafrica TimesSelf-exiled opposition leader of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Moise Katumbi last weekend backed calls for protests, inviting Congolese to hit the streets against incumbent President Joseph Kabila. Civil Society movement Lucha called for protests ...and more »