Congolese Families Sue Big Tech Companies
Snapshot | Cobalt is a main component of batteries used in phones, electric cars and other devices and children are still mining this mineral
Ebola Outbreak Kills 800 People In DR Congo
FTS News Bits | More than 800 people have died due to the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo. However the World Health Organisation decided not to declare it a global health emergency. ...
A Possibility for Children to Decide on Their Destinies.
A project launched in North Kivu is aimed at reframing the DRC's history through children's creativity. Our special correspondent Oskar Epelde reports.
Land Conflicts In North Kivu
FTS News Bits | People living in North Kivu are at the mercy of armed groups set up to protect lands stolen from them. Our special correspondent in Masisi, Oskar Epelde, has the story.
People in Nyragongo, in the DRC, Demand Safety After Three Were Killed
FTS News Bits: Three people were killed and a number of women were kidnapped in Nyragongo, a Congolese village in the province of Goma. People there say they haven't lived in peace since 1995 and ...
Insecurity in the North of the DRC Remains
FTS News Bits: Insecurity remains in the north of the Democratic Republic of Congo, especially in the municipality of Kivu and in the capital of the province, Goma. This is the first in a special ...
Democratic Republic of Congo: Presidential Election Results
FTS News Bits | The Democratic Republic of Congo's Constitutional Court has declared opposition leader, Felix Tshisekedi, winner of the presidential elections. Our correspondent, Oskar Epelde has more.
The Assassination Of Patrice Lumumba
Snapshot | Today we commemorate Patrice Lumumba, who died fighting for a free Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Democratic Republic of Congo Vote Counting Starts
The electoral commission in the DRC has begun the official count of Sunday's general elections as the government has shutdown access to the internet to allegedly prevent leaks.
DR Congo's Presidential Elections Underway
46 million citizens registered to vote, however further delays are sparking protests in some cities.