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Listen to these Widows and raped women from war-areas, from Irak and Congo, and then think, if you should not be active, to ban wars finally and to resit any new war and to organize a international system of peaceful conflict solution! We should start to unite us on citizen level and then come in dialog with the leaders of this world, to bring peaceful alternatives through and not waste our lives, our dignity, our resources any more! We can achieve this only, if we learn to cooperate with people from all countries, from all religions, with every skin-color, all ethnics! Let us build ties and show those, who preach hatred against each other, that this is the wrong way! There are people in this world, who make money out of wars and occupation and hatred! If the rich elites in our countries think they can make out of a war more money then it costs them, they make the war, independent how much it costs the common people! We as common people should not follow any more, but develop own initiatives and make us competent for it! If we are to late, live will punish us!

Widows struggle for survival Caddy a Congolese voice for peace 05/05 19:30 CET other reports: http://www.euronews.com/programs/women-and-war/ In Najaf, the Holy city of Shi’ite muslims, war has killed thousands of people and left many widowed. At the front of Najaf’s cemetery there … Continue reading

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At least 60 people have been killed in a landslide at a remote Congolese gold mine – The mining companies AngloGold Ashanti and Randgold operate in the region, known to be rich in tin and gold – Nintendo by a US-NGO accused to use conflict-minerals, which cause death of many people in Congo

Congo mine collapse kills at least 60 Miners were working 100 metres below surface when shaft collapsed in Pangoyi, Democratic Republic of Congo guardian.co.uk, Thursday 16 August 2012 13.48 BST Congo mine collapse – workers form a human chain while … Continue reading

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RDC: près de 500 000 déplacés par les violences

Près de 500 000 déplacés auraient fui les combats dans l’Est de la République Démocratique du Congo. Les violences opposent des rebelles tutsis ayant pourtant accepté d’intégrer l’armée régulière le 23 mars 2009, avant de faire voler cet accord en … Continue reading

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In the past four months, more than 450,000 people in ethnically-mixed eastern Congo have fled their homes: The increasing vulnerability of civilians to armed violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has brought new calls for urgent regional efforts to stop the conflict.

The increasing vulnerability of civilians to armed violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has brought new calls for urgent regional efforts to stop the conflict. More than 17,000 United Nations peacekeepers have proved ineffective as rebels advance. In … Continue reading

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Coltan and its way from the mines of Congo in the worlds mobiles, computers and cars

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Turning on one of its staunchest allies in the region represents a major policy reversal for the US state department. The publication of an annexe to the UN report, detailing evidence of Rwandan support for the DRC rebels, was initially blocked by Washington’s ambassador to the UN, Susan Rice. The evidence of Rwanda’s military support for M23, the group that Ntaganda heads, comes from defectors, Human Rights Watch, and the UN itself. No other covert act in this multidimensional puppet war has been better sourced. Nor is there any doubt about what M23 is all about. Many of its members served in another Rwandan-backed militia, the National Congress for the Defence of the People (CNDP), responsible for widespread atrocities, including ethnic killings and mass rape.

Rwanda and the DRC: why Washington lost patience Turning on one of its staunchest allies in Africa represents a major policy reversal for the US state department Concerted international pressure is being applied on the Rwandan president Paul Kagame to … Continue reading

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Hundredthausands of Congolese flee from the war in the worldregion with the most resources like Coltan for handies – International companies have been many times accused, that they are profiting and financing the wars in Congo – Why do the Main-stream media not report, the suffering of the people is not less then in Syria? But the interests in these conflicts are different!

News Democratic Republic of Congo refugees flee fresh violence 25/07 12:20 CET Fresh fighting has forced thousands to flee their homes in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Refugees were heading towards the capital Kinshasa, as Congolese rebels traded fire with … Continue reading

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