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DRC: Africans Rising for Justice Condemns Congolese Activists’ Arrest and Detention without Charge

Africans Rising for Justice, Peace and Dignity calls for an end to a growing trend by the regime of President Kabila, of arbitrary arrest, detention without charge and harassment with impunity, of activists in the DRC.

DRC: Africans Rising for Justice Condemns Congolese Activists’ Arrest and Detention without Charge
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