Wednesday 12 November 2008

"See what we see": Google Alert - site: Congo

Google News Alert for: site: Congo

AlertNet is a secular initiative by Reuters- to report on human rights issues, we have often sourced these articles, and researched different sources for our own information, which was correlated, and formed into articles. As part of our own "See what we see" initiative, we are allowing our readers to view these sources also- for a fuller picture than we with limited resources can give at present.

The links are automatically given to us via a product of a search firm:

Congo crisis: Concern back in Masisi
Reuters AlertNet - London,England,UK
Concern's team in Goma, in the North Kivu province of eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, have managed to supply 1500 blankets to newly displaced families ...
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Latest from Congo: the war just got closer - Rebecca Wynn
Reuters AlertNet - London,England,UK
Today the European Union will meet to talk about the situation in the eastern Congo. The people of Congo are still living on the edge with little protection ...
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Medical Teams International volunteers head to conflict-ridden Congo
Reuters AlertNet - London,England,UK
10, 2008) Four medical aid workers with Medical Teams International depart this week for eastern Congo where thousands of families are on the run—fleeing ...
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Reuters AlertNet
'Invisible' displaced and host families at risk, warns ACT
Reuters AlertNet - London,England,UK
GOMA, DR CONGO, 10 November 2008--While official figures of newly displaced people in crowded camps around Goma are still being determined, another reality ...
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Note from South African Catholic: 

Since Humanitarian group: Caritas Internationalis, and news service Agenzia Fides started to report on the renewed troubles in the DRC, we have seen a great escalation in the situation there. We do not endorse the sites linked to, nor guarantee their content or the accuracy of their information, this is simply for those interested in a broader view of the topic, other than our own, or what our resources can as yet muster.

Marc Aupiais
Editor of South African Catholic

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