Tuesday, September 20, 2016

DR Congo Rocked By Growing Protests



BBC: DR Congo poll protest: Opposition HQs, including UPDS office, torched

The headquarters of three opposition parties in the Democratic Republic of Congo have been torched in the capital and two charred bodies have been found at one on of them, a BBC reporter says.

The attacks followed Monday's deadly clashes between police and opposition supporters demanding that President Joseph Kabila step down by December.

The office of the main opposition UPDS was among those set ablaze in Kinshasa.

It has warned Mr Kabila that it will be "treasonous" to delay elections.

The polls are due in November, but the opposition fears that the president wants to postpone them in a bid to cling to power.

He has not yet commented on his plans.

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More News On The Growing Unrest In DR Congo

Several killed in second day of DR Congo unrest -- AFP
Death toll rises following anti-government protests in DR Congo -- DW
At least two killed as Congo opposition offices torched overnight -- Reuters
Main Congolese opposition headquarters torched amid deadly violence -- France 24
Civilians and police killed in DR Congo opposition rally -- France 24
Clashes in Kinshasa leave 50 dead, say DRC opposition groups -- The Guardian
Death toll rises following anti-government protests in DR Congo -- DW
DR Congo opposition HQs torched after deadly protests -- Al Jazeera
Up to 50 killed, police officer ‘burned alive’ during anti-govt protests in Congo (VIDEO) -- RT

1 comment:

Aizino Smith said...

So Africa has states failing and much bloodshed.

People are dying. So what!

Obama had his ball in 2104 at the White House of African leaders and THAT IS ALL THAT COUNTS!

ALL HAIL Bambam!