The US Secretary of State John Kerry is spending a packed day a the United Nations today.
A stunning, traumatic first hand view of what it's like for families to flee a war zone.
t 66,000 Congolese people are seeking refuge in Uganda.
A outburst of violence precedes the a deployment of an peacekeeping intervention brigade.
Rwanda's foreign minister tweeted that Bosco Ntaganda -- a militia leader wanted for war crimes by the ICC -- surrendered to the US embassy in Kigali, Rwanda. The US Embassy in Kigali would not confirm nor deny the reports, but told me "we have no authority to take anybody into custody."
UNICEF is supporting efforts to find child labourers a way out of the diamond mines of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This is a disturbing video, but important.
I just interviewed Dr. Laura Seay, Assistant Professor of political science at Morehouse College about the new framework peace agreement for the DRC, signed between several countries in the great lakes region of Africa yesterday.
Meet Collette, a rape counsellor who is changing lives in eastern Congo.
The rebel force known as M23 says it is willing to negotiate, but the government says it must withdraw from the city of Goma first. Is this the start of another full scale conflict?