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Des personnes arrêtées pour dette peuvent se plaindre à la justice

  Par Yang Nyangi Kilundu Dans la ville de Bukavu, des personnes recourent de plus en plus à la police et auprès des militaires pour..

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Accès difficile des jeunes diplômés à l’emploi

  Par Justin Nkumbarhi Plus de 80% des jeunes diplômés de la ville de Bukavu chef-lieu de la Province du Sud-Kivu sont en chômage,..

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Les cimetières profanés sous le regard passif des autorités

  Par Bahati Kusinza Cisirika Des maisons poussent chaque jour comme des champignons dans les cimetières de la Ruzizi. Ces..

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Goma: despite supervision, former child soldiers still pose a danger

By Samuel Habamungu Visitors to the shelter for disadvantaged youth in Goma will for the most part encounter former child soldiers aged 13..

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Reaching the Third Age in Kinshasa: an ordeal for those who get there

  By Neville Mukendi In many parts of the world, white hair, a symbol of old age, is considered a blessing and a reward for a life..

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Religious choice in Goma: reserved for husbands

  By Nanou Kazaku Religious matters are coming between more than one couple in Goma, North Kivu. After celebrating their weddings,..

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