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2010.09.24 La presse anglo-saxonne sur la RDC de ce vendredi

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LA VOIX DE L’AMÉRIQUE
L’Afrique, un grand potentiel pour les investisseurs
Pour l’heure, 15 compagnies africaines seulement sont cotées à la bourse de Wall Street.
De l’avis de Johan de Bruijn, gérant de portefeuille, d’excellentes possibilités existent en Afrique, un marché de quelques 900 millions de consommateurs. Toutefois, certains pays sont ignorés, a-t-il déploré. [Lire la suite]
 
BBC News
DR Congo rapes ‘defy belief’
The UN has already said that peacekeepers did not do enough to protect victims The UN’s human rights chief has said the « scale and viciousness » of mass rapes in DR Congo « defy belief », as a report into the attack was released. [Lire la suite]
 
FRANCE24
UN points finger at Congolese authorities over mass rapes
The United Nations has pointed a finger at Congolese authorities, saying in a report published Friday they did not do enough to prevent or halt the violent rape of hundreds of women in the North Kivu province of the country. [Lire la suite]
 
THE GUARDIAN
Congo crimes
Erwin van der Borght, Director, Africa, Amnesty International
The massive failures of the UN during the Rwandan genocide in 1994 are well documented, including by Linda Melvern herself (Taking sides on genocide, 15 September). But the failures of the past cannot be a reason to turn away from other crimes in the region in the years that followed. Amnesty International and other human rights organisations have repeatedly documented crimes committed by all parties to the conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Too often the world’s politicians have turned away from the evidence provided. The leaked UN mapping report of serious human rights violations committed in the Congo in past years can play an important role in showing the evidence of crimes committed by many different parties, including the Rwandan government forces. It is essential that this report be published in full – as a first step. A concrete plan of action needs to be elaborated to ensure that those responsible for crimes under international law in Congo are held to account. [Ref.: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/sep/24/congo-crimes-un
 
Congo’s civilians need protection
The crisis in eastern Congo will not be solved until the many thousands of people can safely return to their homes and their lives without living in constant fear. [Lire la suite]

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2010-09-24 à 16:04

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