The Congolese Health Ministry confirmed a case in Goma, a city home to more than 2 million. The country's Ebola outbreak is the second deadliest in history.
Photographer Émilie Régnier shines a light on our obsession with spots.
“It’s now a certainty. It is the two investigators."
Gen. Kagame and Gen. Museveni installed Laurent Kabila as president. When Kabila tried to exert his independence from his
Indeed, in Zaire, like in his entire boxing career, Ali did fly like a butterfly, though not much, but, surely he did sting
"The Kasaï Nightingale" was on stage, a flamboyantly dressed stage animal as always, when he collapsed from a sudden illness
In the middle of the crisis, Krysta Strasbaugh sees the banana trees. Their flat, broad leaves flutter like flags of truce above the barbed wire over the protective wall.
It is unconscionable that an innocent people continue to be killed and be betrayed by their own president, albeit that the diplomats in Kinshasa refer to him as "le petit rwandais," who is supposed to serve and protect the Congolese people.
He's certainly not touching us here. It takes three hours to disentangle, the five-hour journey takes eight hours, and I
In October, 2008, as part of an internship, I traveled to Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. An orphan I spoke to said the most important people in his life were those who helped. When I asked him who helped, he said no one.
Amid the chaos of everyday life in Kinshasa, the artist has found one way to survive. This vibrant Congolese capital is home
Dancing to Connect is an intensive 20-hour program that brings together a diverse group of 100 students, most with little
Panic also spread to Kinshasa, across the Congo River which separates the former French colony from the larger Democratic
Viva Riva! is the first film out of the Congo to get U.S. distribution, and director Djo Tunda Wa Munga has made it a hell of an introduction.
With all the news of uprisings, I've been rocketed back in time and space to the Congo, to Vietnam, where I got some first-hand experiences of what it's like when people make such dramatic moves.
If you should happen upon two of the less visited African capitals and you don't have the time for days of travel to see them in their primordial natural habitat, a side trip to great apes who have been rescued is a relatively easy trip.
In 1974, the DRC hosted a match between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman. Ali defeated an established opponent running out of ideas and ways to win. This is perhaps a foretaste of how our politics may develop in the coming months.
Civilians in eastern Congo are facing an increased risk of rape and forced labour as a result of internationally backed military operations against rebel groups.