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Posted by Fidel Bafilemba on Jan 11, 2011
Congo soldier AP THUMB.jpg An attempted bribing incident by a Congolese soldier escalated into an incident that left 33 women raped and many...
Posted by Fidel Bafilemba on Jan 07, 2011
Congo women walking by soldiers.jpg President Kabila’s nearly four-month ban on mining exploitation in the Kivu provinces has been a...
Posted by Laura Heaton on Jan 06, 2011
A new Al Jazeera video feature on the Lord’s Resistance Army examines the prospect that the rebel group could become a particularly destabilizing force in southern Sudan during what’s likely to be...
Posted by Aaron Hall on Jan 05, 2011
During my recent visit to eastern Congo, President Joseph Kabila's ban on mining was a central preoccupation for most of the diggers, traders, government agents, and civil society representatives...
Posted by Laura Heaton on Dec 24, 2010
Barring any very significant development in one of the conflict zones Enough covers, the Enough Said blog will be quiet over the next week. Barring any very significant development...

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