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Elephant extinction could have major impact on atmospheric carbon levels: Study

Beijing News 29 Jan 2023
Washington , January 28 (ANI) ... "Elephants have been hunted by humans for millennia," Blake said ... Our aim is to expand on this by investigating those other species and regions."Armed with this vital information, the arguments to conserve the forest elephants of the Congo Basin and West Africa have never been greater ... Now we have a choice ... (ANI) ....
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Extinction of elephants could affect atmospheric carbon levels: Study

Hindustan Times 29 Jan 2023
Researchers report that elephants play a key role in creating forests which store more atmospheric carbon and maintain the biodiversity of forests in Africa ... Also Read ... Also Read ... Armed with this vital information, the arguments to conserve the forest elephants of the Congo Basin and West Africa have never been greater ... Now we have a choice ... ....
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AP News in Brief at 6:04 a.m. EST

Rutland Herald 28 Jan 2023
Biden has said he was surprised to learn the documents had been found but had “no regrets” about how the public was informed ... GOMA, Congo (AP) — When Pope Francis arrives in Congo and South Sudan next week, thousands of people will take special note of a gesture more grounded than the sign of the cross.
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Rwanda-DR Congo tension: Shooting of plane an ‘act of war’

Joy Online 26 Jan 2023
DR Congo has declared Rwanda’s shooting of one of its fighter jets an “act of war”, amid mounting tensions ... DR Congo, the US and UN experts accuse Rwanda of backing the M23 rebel group ... The Information Ministry went on to say that DR Congo “reserves the right to defend its national territory and will not be threatened”.
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DR Congo country profile

Yahoo Daily News 25 Jan 2023
Map of DR Congo. The recent history of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo) has been one of civil war and corruption ... Read more country profiles - Profiles by BBC MonitoringDEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO ... DR Congo President F�lix Tshisekedi ... Informal mining operations form a large part of DR Congo's minerals industry.
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Rwanda shoots at DR Congo jet in ‘defensive’ move

Joy Online 25 Jan 2023
The Rwandan government says “defensive measures were taken” on a Democratic Republic of Congo fighter jet that “violated” its airspace on Tuesday evening ... In a statement, DR Congo’s information ministry condemned the incident and denied that its jet had flown over Rwandan airspace.
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Russia, Republic of the Congo Sign Deal to Protect Classified Information - Document

Urdu Point 24 Jan 2023
MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 24th January, 2023) Russia and the Republic of the Congo signed an agreement on the mutual protection of classified information, ...
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Escalating violence leaves hundreds dead and hundreds of thousands on the move in eastern DRC

UNHCR 24 Jan 2023
UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is deeply concerned by the escalation of brutal attacks on civilians by non-state armed groups in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) ... For more information, please contact ... https.//www.unhcr.org/spotlight/2023/01/no-escape-for-civilians-trapped-in-eastern-dr-congos-cycle-of-violence/.
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Kore updates DX project’s metrics

Mining Weekly 24 Jan 2023
... and production target for its 97%-owned DX project, in Congo-Brazzaville.
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Police demolish trader stalls in Congo capital ahead of Pope visit

Reuters 18 Jan 2023
... of Congo ahead of a four-day visit by Pope Francis starting Jan ... The livelihoods of many families in Congo depend on the so-called informal sector of the economy - street stalls, kiosks and hawkers selling a cornucopia of items including food and other basic household goods.
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Congo's army says church bomb kills 10, extremists suspected

Delta Democrat-Times 16 Jan 2023
The complex militia problem in Congo has long produced ethnically motivated attacks and fluid alliances between multiple militias with dierse interests, said Trupti Agrawal, senior East Africa analyst for the Economist Intelligence Unit, a research department of the Economist Group, a global media and information-services company.
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Congo's army says church bomb kills 10, extremists suspected (World)

Castanet 16 Jan 2023
The complex militia problem in Congo has long produced ethnically motivated attacks and fluid alliances between multiple militias with dierse interests, said Trupti Agrawal, senior East Africa analyst for the Economist Intelligence Unit, a research department of the Economist Group, a global media and information-services company.
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Government Condemns Attacks on the Christian Community in Africa

Hungary Today 16 Jan 2023
Terrorists detonated a bomb during a service in a Protestant church in Kasindi, Congo, killing at least 10 people and injuring dozens of others ... In the post, Azbej Tristan also expressed his condolences to the victims of Sunday’s bombing at a church in the Democratic Republic of Congo and their relatives.
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Congo’s army says church bomb kills 10, extremists suspected

The Los Angeles Times 15 Jan 2023
The complex militia problem in Congo has long produced ethnically motivated attacks and fluid alliances between multiple militias with dierse interests, said Trupti Agrawal, senior East Africa analyst for the Economist Intelligence Unit, a research department of the Economist Group, a global media and information-services company.
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Congo’s Army Says Church Bomb Kills 10 People, Extremists Suspected

Hamodia 15 Jan 2023
The complex militia problem in Congo has long produced ethnically motivated attacks and fluid alliances between multiple militias with diverse interests, said Trupti Agrawal, senior East Africa analyst for the Economist Intelligence Unit, a research department of the Economist Group, a global media and information-services company.

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