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Congo Civil War

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1 Congo Civil War on October 20th 2009, 21:41

Gustavo and I are going to give overviews and post articles about the Civil War in Congo and specifically Congo's question of for SALMUN, which is:

Effective measures to impede Civil War outburst in Congo

start posting replies with information and with each countries view towards this issue and relevant arguments to defend such position.

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2 Re: Congo Civil War on October 25th 2009, 22:53

Here are some great videos and other resources on genocide, bosnia, rwanda, darfur, congo, etc. Especially worth watching is the Sudan conflict explained in 10 minutes! I showed these in my 10th grade class and we discussed them, but I thought I should share.
What is genocide? Its evolution in international law all the way to the ICC and Crimes against Humanity...

Bosnia with Christiane Amanpour
Bosnia srebrenica massacre
Bosnia Srebrenica
Bosnia Srebrenica
rwanda class video...intro to the conflict
(Where is the love? Darfur)
silence on Darfur
sudan explained in 10 min…excellent
International law…hope to do something against genocide
Never Again—anti Genocide movement footage
Don Cheadle 1800GENOCIDE and divestment campaign it Genocide? Congo and Rwanda, how they are related, etc.

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3 Re: Congo Civil War on October 25th 2009, 22:54

A Comparison between Congo's situation and Rwanda's can certainly be something useful both to understand what is happening with both countries as well as give arguments in the actual MUN debates

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4 Re: Congo Civil War on October 25th 2009, 22:59 This is a must--especially for Special Committee!!!

The site this is from, the US Holocaust Memorial Museum site, has lots of great info on genocide and crimes against humanity, ICC, Sudan, Congo, etc. Videos, interviews, timelines, articles...

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5 Re: Congo Civil War on November 2nd 2009, 18:45

The delegate believes that the DRC has been commited to violence in every possible ways, bringing the fact that the ethnic groups has been sufering from rape. A large number of people have been affected by the war and 5 million died from starvattion. kenya believes that Congo must call the African Union in order to reach peace and prevent from further violations.

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6 Hope for Peace on November 11th 2009, 09:18

The transitional government entered to Congo in 2004 and after some years after the population and the countries hope started to come back because they all believed that the threat for the Civil War in Congo came back. The institutions about this civil war showed to be falling when the fall of Bukavu happened. Many people in Congo also believe in the weakness and the inability of the UN peacekeeping troops to prevent the civil war and to provide peace. The citizens are aware that this huge issue is not being considered the way it should and that something needs to be done as soon as possible. The dissents general withdraw the troop’s forces from Bukavu and because of this the crisis continues with many deaths and attacks.

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7 Re: Congo Civil War on November 15th 2009, 16:24

Delegate! I found some interesting sites from Congo civil war when searching your topic! here are them:
and there is this video talking about the war also with a great summary from the civil war and shocking facts!

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8 Re: Congo Civil War on November 15th 2009, 17:41

Hi delegate!
I would like to add some facts about Congo Civil War which I got from my research

- the war had a death estimated at more than 5 million

- Between August 1998 and April 2004, about 3.8 million people have died

- UN has been controlling some town in the region and currently there has been 5,500 peacekeepers in North Kivu

- people continue to die each day from disease and malnutrition but ongoing violence as well

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9 Re: Congo Civil War on November 16th 2009, 14:07

Gen Nkunda according to the government committed war crimes that lead to several deaths and attacks making the wall an even more serious problem and the government urges the prosecution of him, especially because he was involved in the happening of 10,000 troops fighting each other because of the conflict between the loyalists and the dissident troops. The government is with a big problem since the majority of the populations is aware of this confusion and urges an act of the government to decrease the war as fast as possible.

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