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15:35
15:35

M23 Calls Miners of Captured Rubaya Coltan Site Back to Work M23 rebels 2

On Wednesday afternoon, M23 President Bertrand Bisimwa released a statement urging miners to return to the mines and work. Bisimwa argued that M23 was forced to advance to the area after FARDC and Burundian mercenaries launched an attack on their positions on Tuesday morning of April 30th 2024.
13:12
13:12

North Kivu: MONUSCO Troops Injured as Fighting Resumes in Sake M23 rebels 2

Bintou Keita, the head of MONUSCO released a statement saying that one of the troops is seriously injured Keita condemned the attack with greatest firmness.
07:39
07:39

M23 Claim Capture of Four Positions as Fighting Intensifies in North Kivu FARDC 1

Lieutenant Colonel Ndjike Kaiko Guillaume, the DRC army spokesperson for North Kivu province, reported that M23 initiated an attack in Kibaya and Kalake in the Virunga Park, west of Kibumba, with the aim of breaching a passage leading to Mutaho in the Kibati Groupement, approximately 12 kilometers from Goma city.
14:54
14:54

Uhuru Condemns Fresh Hostilities in North Kivu Wazalendo militia 3

Fierce fighting started last week between Wazalendo and M23 on all the fronts in Masisi, Ruthuru and Nyiragongo territories. In the aftermath, Wazalendo claimed to have captured 21 villages from the hands of M23.
12:11
12:11

M23, Wazalendo Fighting: MONUSCO Head condemns Killing of 11 Civilians Wazalendo militia

The latest clash between M23 rebels and Wazalendo, specifically the Nyatura militia, occurred on Sunday, August 6, 2023, in Marangara village, Bwito Chiefdom, Tongo Groupement.
14:29
14:29

M23 Rebels Declare Cease Fire 2

The M23 cease-fire declaration came as 100 Burundian soldiers were deploying in Sake town, 27 kilometers west of Goma city under the East African Community Regional Force to prevent the advance of the rebels (M23).
05:45
05:45

Fighting Intensifies As M23 Capture Mushaki in North Kivu M23 rebels 1

Fighting continues in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, hours after the M23 rebels took control of a key town in North Kivu Province on Friday. The capture of Mushaki Locality in Bahunde chiefdom, Masisi territory comes after two days of fierce fighting between the rebels, the Armed Forces of Democratic Republic of Congo (FARDC) and the local militia coalition.
15:05
15:05

M23 Dismisses Report On Summary Killings, Rape in North Kivu M23 rebels 2 3

The report also indicates that the acts were part of a campaign waged by M23 to punish and humiliate civilians suspected of being supporters of rival armed groups, including the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR) and local Mai-Mai.
18:03
18:03

Army Seeks UGX 108.2 Billion for Eastern Africa Standby Force M23 rebels 1 1

The deployment is part of the deal signed on September 9, 2022, between President Félix Tshisekedi of the Democratic Republic of Congo and East Africa Community member states to flash M23 rebels out of DRC's Ituri, North and South Kivu Provinces.
07:42
07:42

FARDC, M23 Fighting Resumes in Rutshuru M23 rebels 1

The fighting happened in Kabingo and Rubavu villages in Busanza grouping. In Rubavu village, FARDC soldiers and the militia groups of Nyatura and Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR) attacked the rebels’ positions.
07:12
07:12

Human Rights Watch, M23 Rebels Feud over Civilian Killings in Rutshuru 4

M23 rebels have been battling with the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo since March this year under a claim of fighting bad leadership based on corruption, xenophobia, and discrimination. They have since captured the major Uganda-DR Congo border of Bunagana and the neighbouring areas.
15:19
15:19

FARDC, M23 Fighting Leaves Farmers Stranded in Kisoro M23 rebels 4 6

Richard Harerimana, a resident of Gatwe village, Bunagana ward, Bunagana town council says that he had spent six years hiring land in Mugongo, Rutshuru, and growing Irish potatoes. But when fighting escalated, he feared to go cross to harvest in this season.
12:10
12:10

Over 150 FARDC Soldiers Flee to Uganda as M23 Capture Bunagana border M23 rebels 4 2 Top story

A Ugandan security source at the border, says that the soldiers fled into Uganda following non-stop fighting on Sunday day and night. The FARDC soldiers, who were manning the border abandoned tanks and other kinds of weapons as they fled to Uganda.
09:31
09:31

Refugee Children at Nyakabande Reception Centre Fail to Access Education Services M23 rebels 3 5

The children crossed into Uganda following fighting between the March 23 Movement (M23) rebels and the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (FARDC) soldiers that started on March 28 in Rutshuru territory, North Kivu province.
16:31
16:31

369 Congolese Refugees Cross into Uganda As Fighting Resumes M23 rebels 2

Fighting erupted on Saturday afternoon in Bugusa and Gisiza and Kinyamahura.
16:14
16:14

UNHCR Relocates 1,000 Congolese to Nakivale Refugee Camp Congolese refugees 7 2

Douglas Asiimwe, the Acting Commissioner for Refugees in the Office of the Prime Minister says that on Thursday 1,000 refugees out of 16,475 refugees have been transferred to Nakivale refugee camp.
16:52
16:52

DRC Foreign Ministry to Summon Rwandan Ambassador to Explain M23 Support M23 rebels 3

Patrick Muyaya, the Congolese government spokesperson, says that the Rwandan ambassador to DR Congo has to explain the involvement of their troops in the attack.
16:29
16:29

Thousands Flee to Uganda Over Heavy fighting Between suspected M23 rebels and FARDC 3 5

According to the residents, heavy fighting erupted in the hills of Runyonyi and Tchanzu in Sabyino mountains of the Virunga ranges, about four kilometres to the Uganda- DR Congo border of Bunagana in Kisoro district around 4 am on Monday morning.
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