Over 5 million people have died in D.R. Congo since 1998. In some of the most desperate situations, journalists put everything on the line in order to explore the topics that nobody else is talking about. In this case, the murder of Congo’s President Laurent-Desire Kabila. We had to share this short documentary, not only because it’s a valiant effort to bring this subject to light, but also because it gives important background context to the situation… which many people know so little about.
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