World Congo-B: Denis Sassou-Nguesso invested for a fourth term of five years
DR Congo's Catholic church warns of 'Islamisation' in east
DR Congo's Catholic church on Thursday hit out at what it called "Islamisation" in the troubled east of the country, where a notorious militia group has carried out a string of massacres. At a news conference, Congolese prelates released a message saying civilians who had escaped after being abducted by the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) militia, historically a Ugandan Islamist group, had spoken of being "forced to convert to Islam". The messageAt a news conference, Congolese prelates released a message saying civilians who had escaped after being abducted by the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) militia, historically a Ugandan Islamist group, had spoken of being "forced to convert to Islam".
at the end of the presidential election of March 21, which saw the re-election of the Congolese head of state with 88.40% of votes, Denis Sassou-Nguesso, 77 years of which nearly 37 to The country's head was sworn in this Friday, April 16th. A large pomp ceremony in front of nineteen other leaders and four hecpers of the continent.
with our correspondent in Brazzaville, Loïcia Martial
As in the past, the Palais des Congrès has housed the investiture ceremony of Denis Sassou-Nguesso. In the company of his wife, Congolese President welcomed his guests in the lobby of the building.
Congo-B: Civil society is concerned about the detention and indictment of two
activists © Wikimedia a street in downtown Brazzaville. A dozen human rights organizations are indignant, in a statement published on Thursday, April 8, of the indictment of Dr. Alexandre Ibacka Dzabana from the platform of the NGOs of Human Rights and Democracy and Christ Dongui of the citizen movement ras the bowl.
Nineteen heads of state in total made the trip of Brazzaville, including the very close: Neighbor Felix Tshisekedi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, also President in the Performance of the African Union (AU); The Ivorian Alassane Ouattara, the Guinean Alpha Condé or the Chadian Idriss Debly ... Four counterparts with whom the braces have been hotter.
Shoulder scarf, gold necklace with neck and show, Congolese president sworn in a busy room.
In his speech quarrely, he promised to lead a merciless struggle, especially against corruption that gangrene all sectors of socio-economic life.
reconcing a campaign theme, the President undertook to carry out an "agricultural revolution" to take out his country of addiction to oil and imports, while engaging in the protection of the environment
the ceremony of Inauguration lasted 5 hours and ended with a military parade.
90 Day Fiancé's Syngin Colchester Rescued by Park Rangers After Injuring Both Ankles During Hike .
Syngin Colchester broke one of his ankles and sprained the other while hiking in the forestOn Wednesday, the reality star revealed that he had badly injured himself during a camping trip, documenting the ordeal in a series of videos shared to his Instagram.