DR Congo: UN concerned over new displacement of thousands of civilians

Jan 20, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: United Nations

A woman forced to flee her home village rests outside a shelter in North Kivu province.

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freedomcomeing

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Jan 20, 2012
 
A couple of days ago it was reported that congless seeking asylum were not at risk and the situation in the congo were not that bad so said Congoless officall to the imigration where asylum is being sought by Congoless people. If the UN can grant asylum application being sought by Congless refuges and some who seeking a chance for a better life then maybe it will be those who will return to Congo and become teachers advocating for free education. Congo is a rich country resourcefull and its not that congo people want to leave but the situation so bad that people are leaving by the ten of thousands for safety reasons
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May 21, 2012
 
the UN has never been concerned with congolese, never at all. Congelese are still waiting untill today for the UN to show their concerned to congolese. step one is to support the voice of congolese in DRC and to stop the tirrany, crime, violance brought by J kabila in that counry. the congolese people are more important than the wealht that is in that country. the Un knows exactly what they are doing in DRc as well as they they know the secret to peca in drc. It is very sad to support a person who kills 1000000 people every year.
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May 22, 2012
 
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