Democratic Republic Of The Congo News
Samuel L. Jackson Talks Taking on 'The Legend of Tarzan'
The iconic actor is live in Times Square to discuss his role in the upcoming film.
8 Shot Dead or Decapitated in Eastern Congo , Group Says
8 shot dead or decapitated in eastern Congo, human rights monitoring group says
UN Congo Mission Expects Presidential Election to Be Delayed
The head of the United Nations mission in Congo said Thursday he does not believe the country will be able to hold its presidential election as scheduled in November, another indication that President Joseph Kabila could stay in power beyond his mandate. "We cannot have elections on Nov. 27. That's
Global Witness Says 2 Campaigners Expelled From Congo
Global Witness says 2 campaigners expelled from Congo, accused of trying to incite revolt
Adviser Says Congo's President Can Stay on If Vote Delayed
Adviser says Congo's president can stay on if vote delayed; opposition worries it will happen
Louisville Says 'Goodbye' to the Greatest of All Time, Muhammad Ali
Watch the heartfelt memorial service for the legendary boxer and civil rights icon.
Obama Urges Britain to Stay in the EU
President Obama explains why Britain is better off staying in the European Union.
Boston Family Finally United With Adopted Children From Congo After a 3-Year Process
It was a joyful scene on Wednesday when Mark and Mary Maclean were finally able to hug their son John and their daughter Julienne. The couple officially adopted the two children from the Democratic Republic of the Congo a little over a year earlier, but John and Julienne became caught in the Congo
Family Reunited With Adopted Children After 3 Years
After nearly three years of heartbreaking limbo, Mark and Mary Maclean were finally able to bring their two children home after adopting them from the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 2013.