Due to the fact the close of 2009, countless numbers of civilians have observed themselves trapped by the ongoing conflict pitting the military against other armed teams in southern Ituri in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
The district of Ituri is an region of fertile soils and expansive forests. South of the town of Bunia, lush hills undulate along Lake Albert, marking the border with neighboring Uganda. This land could flourish, but the entice of the important minerals buried in just individuals hills has activated innumerable acts of aggression. As many armed teams have fought to manage the area’s pure assets, the title Ituri has become synonymous with violence.

© Christophe Stramba-badiali

Posted by C.Stramba-Badiali on 2012-01-24 twelve:sixteen:55

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