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Alex Engwete is a Congolese-American who lives in Kinshasa (DRC) and Washington, DC. Outrage at injustices is what usually stirs him into blogging in French or in English. He likes Congolese beers and drinks "Samuel Adams" while in the United States. A failed anthropologist, he's a self-made cultural reader.
The 1997 U.S.-sanctioned counter-genocide of Hutu refugees in DRC
This piece takes a spin from an earlier OPEDNEWS article by Georgianne Nienaber on the reopening of the probe by the UN High Commission for Human Rights (UNHCR)on the counter-genocide of Hutu by Rwandan and Laurent Kabila's Tutsi-dominated rebel troops in 1997 in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Chad should release Zoe's Ark Personnel
This piece addresses the scandal of the French fake humanitarian group Arche de Zoe (Zoe's Ark)whose members are in custody in Chad for the alleged abduction of more than 100 children supposedly from the Darfur.