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Topic - Republic Of Congo
Rebels who escaped the capital of Central African Republic last month with the illicit help of peacekeepers from Chad, have now resumed their killing spree in the country's north, a human rights group said Thursday.
National coach Sewnet Bishaw was fired by the Ethiopia Football Federation on Wednesday despite leading the team to the African Cup for the first time in over 30 years and to the brink of a maiden World Cup appearance.
A man convicted of defrauding a Northern California couple out of $1.6 million is scheduled to be sentenced in federal court.
Nearly a decade after it was first brought, a lawsuit accusing two oil giants of widespread groundwater contamination in New Hampshire is expected to present jurors with the most complex and time-consuming trial in state history.
Gold medal at stake or nothing at all, the U.S. Olympic basketball team is too good for Spain.
An official in Republic of Congo says four high-ranking officers have been arrested after a series of blasts at an arms depot left at least 292 people dead.
More than three days have passed since a catastrophic explosion laid waste to a section of the Republic of Congo's capital. Officials confirmed that, as of Wednesday, no coordinated rescue effort had been launched, making it increasingly unlikely that any more people will be pulled alive from the flattened houses.
International rescuers fought Monday to prevent a fire from reaching a second arms depot in the capital of the Republic of Congo, a day after a blaze set off a series of explosions so violent they flattened buildings, killing hundreds and trapping countless others.
The State Department on Monday was processing a disaster declaration for the Republic of Congo to allow U.S. emergency aid for the Central African nation, where more than 200 people were killed when a weapons depot exploded Sunday.
Conservative rivals of Iran's president cemented their control on parliament as the count from last week's voting moved into the final stages.
A health official says the small Republic of Congo has seen nearly 340 cholera cases in recent months.
Amid cries of fraud and threats of massive protests that could turn violent, Congolese President Joseph Kabila appears to have secured another five-year term.
The United States has brokered a deal at the United Nations to thaw out more than $1.5 billion in frozen Libyan assets. The funds are to be given to the rebel Transitional National Council to help avoid a potential humanitarian crisis. This is a fraction of total frozen Libyan assets worldwide; the United States alone holds $30 billion. With Moammar Gadhafi's regime functionally ending and a new government starting to take power, it is time to use part of this money to bring justice to Col. Gadhafi's American victims.
Oklahoma City Thunder forward Serge Ibaka has been granted Spanish nationality on Friday, clearing the way for him to help Spain defend its European championship this summer.
A rare and unusually fatal outbreak of polio in Republic of Congo has caused more than 200 deaths in the Central African nation, a UNICEF spokesman said Friday.