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eddie mike a junior now welcome to the program it's good to have you with us the international crisis group is sounding the alarm over developments in the eastern democratic republic of congo they say growing hostility between countries in the region is threatening to provoke a new security crisis brewing rwanda and uganda i'll say it to be backing different groups of insurgents in the east india r.c. now the president felix to security is considering inviting the armies of these countries to conduct joint military operations in the d.l.c. something critics say will destabilize the whole region. they companies ami taking on the ripples near the town of beneath the area known as the triangle of death this is the town of coca-cola 6000 people used to live here
now it ghost town it's not the 1st time people he have been attacked this time he was the islamist a.d.'s the armed forces of the democratic republic of congo coolly was lucky to survive the attack the up with them i'm they'd be i.d.f. rebel shocked the people when the man of this house heard the shots he fled under his bed no they hacked him in the head and they shot him now the company's amit is in control here is estimated the armies fighting around 100 different militias in eastern congo some a 6000000 people have died in the last 30 years has making it the most deadly conflict since the 2nd world war in the recent for the fighting a all waste the same it's all of a power our land on a ship and axis to the region's shoot mineral resources full from local and
regional play is take advantage of the situation rather than stopping it and the people the victims thing and the if one you how does being kidnapped now the rebels and to doll village i'd laugh my dose who with the neighborhoods them i don't know when she is now president felix g.'s a key to came to power a year ago promising to ease the tensions instead the violence has escalated over with and more than 400 killed in the last 3 months from on doubts let me bring gain fan the wiley international crisis group devotee project director for central africa and while the authors of the reports hello thanks for your time so the your organization as warning of their risk of proxy wars in the east of the democratic republic of congo that as very alarming what makes you say that good evening eddie what we've seen in the great lakes region since the 1990 s. and early 2000 says that there have been tensions but what we've seen over the past
few months and what our research. indicates is that there is an increasing cross border attacks we see troop deployments to the various borders and we see mutual and open allegations of support to the armed groups in the region done by rwanda and. now some of these countries that you mentioned you suspect ruined. uganda of supporting different insurgent groups what do they have to gain from this . and it's a it's a security imperative given that insurgents from the different from the 3 different countries are present in the east india or c they would like to have some form of control and some sort of security so it's as i said it's a security imperative. ok so controllable why would you want to gain control control for what exactly what's beneficial about that. so they would like to
protect their own interests they want to avoid being attacked from their sea soil so it's just to to make sure they're safe and they have things under control all talking about control one year in office what haass president. to ease these tensions in the region. you know that's a very good question and i think about what you've seen since the arrival of chief security who came into office exactly one year ago but to call our soon a great lakes region have been reshuffled what he did really well was reach out to the region he mediated together with his angola counterpart joe lorenzo he mediated between one and your gun there who have had a dispute over the past 2 years and he reached out to the region in order to find the solution when he didn't do so well as you mentioned at the beginning was he floated the plan to have joint military operations together with his neighboring countries so by inviting those neighboring countries into the d. or c.
to fight the remaining rebel groups in the dea or c. we think that that's not a very good idea also be because it won't go well with the congolese population. because for now it seems almost nothing is working because the talks are on the rise so what sort of a collective effort is the that tackle this or do we have grace a secure believe is that security should continue this diplomatic track he should prioritize the talks between the different countries and he could do so by building on this angola for him by inviting the countries in the region to have an open and frank discussion to put allegations on the table and to have a debate about who are supporting who and who's doing what and then these allegations we think should be very light by an independent and they could either be the un or the deal are and then once everything is out in the open. the countries can work together towards a solution so this diplomatic track well hopefully that happens sooner rather than
later in the on the wyly with international crisis group thank you. now what happens when you study profession but cannot find a job to use that after well you try to find a job elsewhere right especially where there is a high demand for your scale germany's health system has not got enough nurses with thousands of positions left on failed so clinics and recruitment companies are increasingly looking for stuff abroad and they've set their sights also on the media might call this be a blessing or a cast for the african country our correspondent there in korea she has more. is slightly nervous. that she's only been learning german for 5 months and is about to do her 1st job interview in the language staff members from the university hospital just a day off in germany f. travel to namibia for it. has something under my name is yet to occur
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