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The Congolese health ministry has confirmed the first case of Ebola in the eastern city of Goma. More than 1600 people have died so far because of the disease.
A rubbish dump may seem an odd place to seek inspiration, but not for band Fulu Muziki.
A garbage dump in the Democratic Republic of Congo's bustling capital Kinshasa may be an odd place for most people to seek inspiration. But for Fulu Muziki group Piscko Crane, this is the perfect place to find the recycled material he will use to create his band's unique sound.
The World Health Organization (WHO) determined for the third time that the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is not a "public health emergency of international concern".
The World Health Organization is set to decide whether or not to declare Ebola a public health emergency Friday after a 5-year-old died in Uganda.
Two gorillas have posed for a relaxed selfie with rangers at Virunga National Park in DR Congo.
Dr Denis Mukwege has operated thousands of women who have been brutally raped, and he knows the physical wounds are only half the battle. At Panzi hospital in Bukavu - which he founded 30 years ago in the Democratic Republic of Congo - Doctor Miracle battles on against sexual violence.
Doctor Miracle's reputation spreads well beyond his home country, the Democratic Republic of Congo. He is a global campaigner against the use of rape as a weapon of war - a surgeon who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2018 for his extraordinary work.
Martin Fayulu has called for protests after the Congolese constitutional court rejected a challenge to the election results.
In a rare move, African Union calls on Congo to delay the release of the final vote due to "doubts" over provisional results.
Candidate Martin Fayulu insists he won DR Congo's long-delayed election.
Exuberant supporters of Congo opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi celebrated his surprise win in the presidential election on Thursday
Election officials in DR Congo say the preliminary results have been delayed because they have received less than half of the ballot papers
The Election Commission in the DR of Congo has accused the Catholic Church of preparing people for insurrection
DRC President Joseph Kabila, in power since his father’s assassination in 2001, is due to step down after the vote in the first democratic transition for a country plagued by authoritarian rule, coups and civil wars since independence from Belgium in 1960
Fears of fraud, public unrest, delayed voting and disease; a perfect storm of factors threaten a peaceful vote on Sunday.
Euronews reports from Beni, where new treatments provide hope that a new Ebola outbreak can be contained despite fighting nearby between armed groups.
At least 50 people have died and over 100 have received second-degree burns after an oil tanker collided with a bus in Congo Saturday.
An experimental Ebola treatment is being used to combat the latest flare-up of the virus in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. But the vaccine is only being used in the eastern part of the country which is rife with armed conflict.
The WHO thinks it may have located the source of the latest Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo but warns of the challenges of containing the virus
The outbreak in a new region of the country illustrates how the fight against Ebola is an ongoing struggling, specialist Dr Oliver Johnson told Euronews.
As it flies into the Democratic Republic of the Congo to tackle the latest outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus the WHO talks exclusively to euronews about the challenges ahead
The Democratic Republic of Congo has announced a new outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus, just days after a recent emergence of the disease was declared over.
Left Field looks at the horrors of conflict in one of the world's most violent countries.
Congolese ex-Vice President Jean-Pierre Bemba is acquitted of five counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity. It's a huge blow to prosecutors and this was the first ICC case with a major focus on the use of rape as a weapon of war, according to the Open Society Justice Initiative
The court ruled he could not be held responsible for crimes carried out by troops under his control