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Congo Election Violence and the International Criminal Court

 

KPFA Weekend News, 12.03.2011:  

Human Rights Watch reports 18 dead and 100 wounded, mostly in Kinshasa, mostly supporters of leading opposition candidate Étienne Tshisekedi, shot by sitting President Joseph Kabila's Republican Guard, during the last three days of the presidential and parliamentary election campaign, before the Congolese people began voting on November 28th. More violence is feared, and Human Rights Watch has called on Kabila's government to "immediately reign in its security forces," but International Criminal Court (ICC) Chief Prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo has not responded since early November, when he issued a warning that the ICC has jurisdiction in Congo, which most interpreted as a warning to Mr. Tshisekedi

Campaign chaos in Kinshasa

 

 

KPFA Weekend News, 11.26.2010

KPFA spoke to Yaa Lengi, author of Genocide in the Congo and leader of the New York City-based Congo Coalition about chaos in the Democratic Republic of the Congo prior to Monday's presidential election.

 

 

 

Susan Rice in Libya and Rwanda for the US R2P

KPFA News: 11.24.2011:

US Ambassador to the UN Susan Rice traveled this week to Libya and Rwanda, where she claimed the U.S. "Responsibility to Protect," aka, in UN parlance, as R2P, said that the U.S. had not failed Libya as it had Rwanda in 1994. International criminal lawyer and ICTR defense counsel Christopher Black disagrees.

Marching for Madame Victoire Ingabire

KPFA Weekend News, 11.19.2011:  A demonstration in Brussels for imprisoned opposition leader Victoire Ingabire and other Rwandan political prisoners.

Protestors to support Victoire Ingabire, the woman who challenged Paul Kagame

 

KPFA Weekend News, 11.13.2011

 

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