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Congo Is Bleeding (4): The UN Mapping Report

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The United Nations has written and published numerous reports about the current situation of things in the DRC. And one of such many reports is what is called the United Nation Mapping Exercise Report, or simply the UN Mapping Report. This report which was published in 2010, documenting and purporting about 617 incidents of various serious human right violations which has taken place in the DRC from a 10-year period of 1993 – 2003; documenting crime such as rape, mass killing, war crime, crime against women and children, and possibly genocide.

In this episode, we explore the relevance of this report on the situations of things in the DRC and also following many accusations against the UN and other international bodies.

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Maman Christelle (@maman.christelle on IG) , Kambale Musavuli (@kambakem on IG), Sylvestre Mido (@sylvestremido)

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