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10:58
10:58

Two Peacekeepers Injured As MONUSCO Accuses M23 Of Shooting Helicopter In North kivu 2

Bintou Keita, the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General in the DR Congo and Head of MONUSCO released a short statement confirming and condemning the incident.
15:47
15:47

UN Condemns Bombings in North Kivu 2

In a statement released on Tuesday, signed by Bruno Lemarquis, Deputy special representative of the UN Secretary-General in DR Congo and Coordinator of humanitarian action condemned the bombings saying that it created serious violations of international humanitarian laws.
15:26
15:26

Fighting Between M23, FARDC Rages in Mweso town 3

On Saturday morning, at round 07:00AM, heavy fighting resumed in Mweso town and surrounding areas of Karuba, Kingi, Karenga, Negenero, Mbuhi.
16:22
16:22

Counter Accusations As 19 People Die in North Kivu 3 1

On Thursday night, Lawrence Kanyuka, M23 rebels’ political spokesperson released a statement accusing FARDC and coalition of bombing a densely populated area which resulted in deaths and injuries.
15:53
15:53

M23 President Appoints Admnistrative Leaders in North Kivu 6

In a statement released on Wednesday, Bisimwa has appointed Prince Mpambuka as the Administrator of Rutshuru territory.
08:09
08:09

Fighting between M23, FARDC/SADC, Wazalendo Coalition Rages on in Mweso 1

The conflict commenced at approximately 5:40 AM, and heavy and light weapon sounds continued to echo in the area by evening. The government army has not commented on the ongoing hostilities.
10:27
10:27

Two M23 Commanders Killed As FARDC, SADC Forces Launch Assault in North Kivu 3

On Wednesday, M23 rebels through their spokesperson, Lawrence Kanyuka released a statement confirming the death of two of their commanders during Tuesday’s fighting
13:46
13:46

FARDC, Wazalendo Reject Claims of Defection to M23 1

On Thursday, M23’s Military Spokesperson, Major Willy Ngoma released a statement claiming the defection of two FARDC- Wazalendo senior officers and more than 100 junior soldiers to M23. Ngoma said that Lieutenant-Colonel Jean-Pierre Biyoyo on Wednesday crossed to join M23 with more than 100 junior officers in Rutshuru territory while Colonel Bahati Balingengene Saddam crossed from the 21st brigade with other many junior officers.
15:15
15:15

M23 Appoints Former DRC EC Chairman Alliance Coordinator 2

In a statement released on Wednesday (January 3, 2024) by M23 president, Bertrand Bisimwa, Nangaa will help in coordinating activities of the alliance in South Kivu province.
08:29
08:29

Go Home Happy, You Have Done Your Part: EACRF Commander to Ugandan troops 1 Top story

“Kiwanja and others were ghost towns when you deployed, but your presence and peace support operations enabled the resumption of farming, reopening of schools, and conduct of businesses. You should go home happy because you performed as expected,” he said.
11:09
11:09

900 Burundian Troops Leave North Kivu 2

This is the third contingent to exit after Kenya and South Sudan, which have already withdrawn over 250 and 300 troops respectively.
12:55
12:55

Ugandan Troops Deny Fighting Alongside M23 in Masisi m23 rebels 1

Captain Kato says that the claims are just mere propaganda and fallacy aimed at soiling the image of Ugandan troops so that it derail and divert the attention of its process of withdrawal from the mission as directed by the mandate.
09:02
09:02

M23 Captures Major Town in North Kivu 3

The fighting started on Thursday morning in Mushaki and the adjacent hills of Ruvunda, Kabati, and surrounding areas.
15:27
15:27

Fighting Erupts in DR Congo as EAC Troops Leave

Lawrence Kanyuka, M23 political spokesperson released a statement accusing FARDC soldiers and militia coalition of launching attacks.
11:41
11:41

M23 to Re-occupy EACRF Positions in North Kivu 2

On Monday, M23 rebels through their political spokesperson, Lawrence Kanyuka released a statement thanking the EACRF troops for tremendous work towards peace restoration in north Kivu as well as bidding them farewell.
08:04
08:04

M23, FARDC Fighting Intensifies As Deadline for Withdrawal of EACRF Troops Nears 1

Since Friday this week, non-stop fighting has raged in Kirolirwe along Kitchanga-Sake road. Bertrand Bisimwa, the M23 president on Sunday released a statement accusing FARDC and militia coalition of conducting attacks and claimed that M23 rebels are only defending themselves.
07:47
07:47

M23 Punch FARDC’s Statement Disowning FDLR Bertrand Bisimwa 2 Top story

General Sylvain Ekenge, the FARDC spokesperson, issued a statement on Tuesday night, declaring the army's decision to disassociate from the FDLR. Ekenge cautioned that any FARDC soldier found in alliance with the FDLR would face arrest and legal repercussions.
14:06
14:06

Bisimwa Denies Accusations of Rwandan, Ugandan Support for M23 Rebels 4 1 Top story

DRC has repeatedly accused Rwanda and Uganda of backing the M23 rebels, a claim that both countries and the rebels vehemently deny. During his presidential campaign in Kinshasa, the incumbent president, Félix Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo disclosed that he decided to sever ties with Rwandan President Paul Kagame.
17:29
17:29

Electoral Legitimacy at Stake: M23 Rebels Dispute Election in DR Congo Bertrand Bisimwa 1 2

The election, scheduled for December 20, 2022, overseen by the country’s Independent National Electoral Commission (CENI), has attracted 25 candidates vying against the incumbent Félix Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo, who seeks a second term.
06:52
06:52

M23 Warns Against Deployment of SADC troops in North kivu Bertrand Bisimwa 3 2 Top story

Addressing a media conference on Saturday evening at Bunagana town in Rutshuru territory, Bisimwa argued that the deployment of SDC troops will make the government understand that it is on a wrong path because president Félix Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo is intentionally dodging dialogue with M23
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