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Congo: More Intimidation as Blood Flows Faster than Oil Spilled Into the Gulf of Mexico

Georgianne Nienaber | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Georgianne Nienaber

The United States has strategic and mining interests in the Congo and until the American people demand that our government do something to actually promote human rights there, the ongoing abuses will continue.

Human Rights Watch Damns MONUC in Congo: Leaked UN Internal Memo Supports the Accusations

Georgianne Nienaber | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Georgianne Nienaber

What has happened to the innocent in Congo goes far beyond anything that rational minds can comprehend. Is this why the US has turned such a blind eye to what is happening there?

Human Rights Watch Condemns Congolese Army for Atrocities: Kagame Backtracks on Nkunda's Arrest

Georgianne Nienaber | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Georgianne Nienaber

It is a "problem" for the innocents being burned alive in Congo. A problem for the Congolese women who are raped on a daily basis.

PUPPY BO'S COMPETITION: World Leaders' Pets (SLIDESHOW, POLL)

Huffington Post | Jessica Gusman | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

The Obamas finally debuted the newest addition to their family, a (possibly gay) Portuguese water dog named Bo. The highly anticipated first dog join...

DRC: Nkunda Languishes While Women Are Raped

Georgianne Nienaber | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Georgianne Nienaber

Human Rights Watch (HRW) is reporting ongoing brutal rapes by Rwandan rebel soldiers and regular Congolese army troops in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.

Exclusive Interview: Congo Rebel Leader Accused Of War Crimes Tells His Story (SLIDESHOW)

Georgianne Nienaber | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Georgianne Nienaber

Congo rebel leader General Laurent Nkunda has been accused by human rights organizations of ordering his troops to rape and murder civilians and pilla...

Congo: "The World Cannot Look Away"

Georgianne Nienaber | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Georgianne Nienaber

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) released a statement today warning, "journalists in Democratic Republic of Congo are facing extreme danger."