Tuesday, April 25, 2017

UN Condemns The Decision Of The Government Of The Congo Published Record Shows Two Experts Killed

The United Nations condemned Monday the decision of the authorities in Congo published a video of what it says is the assassination of two experts gentiles last March, saying that the decision could hamper the investigation of the crime.

The authorities in Congo offered registration hours, which is approximately a two-minute on the media in an attempt to ward off suspicions about the involvement of Kinshasa in the case before.

He said UN official Stephane Dujarric said "registration evidence of the crime. In our opinion, what should have been presented or published"?

He Dujarric "We can not imagine to what extent it would be a shock to the families of the victims," stressing the health of registration.

It shows a man and a woman with a match described the brothers Khbayra United Nations Michael Sharp (US) and Zaida Catalan (Swedish-Chilean) surrounded by seven people who speak the language of the most prevalent in the Chiluba Kasai region, carrying machetes and sticks, and one of them carrying an old gun.

And it ordered Alajunbaan to sit him down before the boy put to death and then beheaded one of them.

The two experts were part of a group of UN investigating the existence of mass graves in the region.

The witness Central Kasai and three neighboring etcetera areas of violence between elements of the militia and police soldiers killed hundreds of victims since at least September after a protest in favor of a local leader named Kamuana Nsabo killed in August in the hands of security forces after his rebellion against the local authorities.

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