- Around a hundred Congolese are apparently stuck in Libya and are having a hard time getting help;
- Radio Okapi gives us a lesson in what steps must be taken to organize a legal demonstration in the Congo;
- International Alert published a report on stereotypes, rumors and discrimination in the Great Lakes - they discuss nasty epithets for ethnic communities, including "those with the projecting teeth," "Banyabungo," "sorcerers," as well as the myths of Lirangwe, Nkundiye and Kangere; and
- A high-ranking Kenyan investigator was murdered while tracking down gold worth around $100 million that had allegedly been smuggled from the Congo.
Monday, February 28, 2011
A few interesting stories:
Posted by Jason Stearns at 8:11 PM