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17 January 2019, Beni, North Kivu region, Democratic Republic of Congo. A doctor talks with Julie, in her cube at the Ebola Treatment Center. Photo: World Bank / Vincent Tremeau
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The international humanitarian response to the tenth Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) had a deep impact on  social, political, and economic life in the east of the country. Today, the Congo Research Group (CRG) is releasing the first of a series of three reports on

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A few days ahead of presidential and legislative elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Congo Research Group (CRG) at New York University is publishing simultaneous political opinion polls conducted by Bureau d’études, de Recherches, et de Consulting International (BERCI), and Ipsos South Africa with its partner GeoPoll. The polls reveal

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  Ce mardi 27 novembre, le Groupe d’Etude sur le Congo basé au Centre sur Coopération international de l’Université de New York publiera la deuxième note de sa série sur le processus électoral en République Démocratique du Congo. Alors que le processus électoral entre dans sa dernière ligne droite avec

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UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon has a Congolese dilemma. After having been marginalized politically for years in the Congo, the UN now has the opportunity to play a critical role in navigating the upcoming battle over President Joseph Kabila’s succession. For months now, President Kabila has been preparing a national dialogue to

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