The Race for Uranium | Trafic d'Uranium au Congo English Translation
Year
: 2009 | Duration : 52 minutes | Production : Tac Presse |  Special Investigation - Canal + (France) |
Director : Patrick Forestier | Languages : English /French
Previous Broadcast include RTP, Acht TV, Pramer and SRC

Synopsis : Uranium, used to provide nuclear energy, has become one of the most coveted materials in the world. It’s a resource that will become even more valuable in the future, with plans to build another 250 nuclear power stations by 2050. In this exclusive documentary, made by acclaimed director Patrick Forestier for Canal +, we report on the struggle to secure Africa’s Uranium. For the first time, cameras were allowed inside Congo’s Shinkolobwe mine, which provided the uranium for the atomic bombs of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Filmed also in Niger, we expose the secret deals and trace the illegal traffic in Africa’s Uranium. 

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February  23, 2010 | © Teheran Times
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Ahmadinejad, DRC parliament speaker discuss expansion of Iran-Congo ties
Tehran Times Political Desk

TEHRAN -- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad held a meeting with Congolese Parliament Speaker Evariste Boshab in Tehran on Monday to discuss efforts to strengthen ties between Iran and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Iran welcomes the expansion of relations with the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ahmadinejad told the DRC parliament speaker.

He added that Iran and Congo should impede the hegemonistic powers’ efforts to impose their will on nations.

He also stated that the parliaments of the two countries should pave the way for expanding bilateral cooperation.

“Iran and Congo have the potential to become advanced and powerful countries in the world,” the Iranian president said.

Elsewhere in his remarks, Ahmadinejad stated that the major powers are making every effort to impede the advancement of independent countries and are using political and economic pressure to achieve their goal.

The Iranian president said the “expansion of cooperation among independent countries” is the only way to counter the efforts of the domineering powers.

And independent countries should prepare for major global developments, Ahmadinejad added.

Boshab said that the Democratic Republic of Congo is interested in expanding relations with Iran.

“Iran and Congo enjoy historical relations, and Iran has always had a positive view toward developments in Congo,” he added

Interview de Paul Kagamé - Extrait Congo(RDC)
Christiane Amanpour © CNN - 17 mars 2010
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Voyage de Nicolas Sarkozy et de Bernard Kouchner au Rwanda le 25 février 2010
25 février 2010
Français

Dans sa conférence de presse avec Paul KAGAME, Nicolas SARKOZY parle une fois de plus du partage des richesses congolaises avec le Rwanda.

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> Read International Crisis Group Report : "A stalled Democratic Agenda" (ICG, 8 april 2010)

> Read Article "Progress and Repression in Rwanda" (The Economist, 4 March 2010),

> Lire le Rapport d'International Crisis Group

Vidéos à voir ou à revoir absolument :

Congo, l'Abattoir
Polémique autour du Congo au défilé du 21 juillet (2010)
La Vie au Congo (2010)
When We Were Kings (1974)
Trafic d'Uranium au Congo English Translation - The Race for Uranium (2010)
La guerre du Coltan (2009)
Le voyage d'Albert II au Congo devient une question parlementaire (2010)
Ces tueurs tutsis au coeur de la tragédie congolaise (2009)
Le Congo est-il devenu une démocratie ? (2008)
Le Viol, Arme de Guerre au Congo (2007)
Congo, Un Combat pour la Vie (2006)

Plus de Vidéos et de Vidéo Clips ...

Note : Joseph Kabila, Paul Kagamé, Yoweri Museveni, Laurent Nkundabatwaré, James Kabarebe et Bosco Ntanganda doivent être traduits devant les juridictions internationales pour crimes contre l'humanité ainsi que pour les génocides Congolais et Rwandais (Hutu + Tutsi).

Dunia SENDWE
30 juin 2010 = NO KABILA DAY