DRC Protests in Pictures

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DR Congo
DR Congo
Congolese security officers position themselves
Congolese security officers position themselves
The EU called Wednesday for calm in the Democratic Republic of Congo and respect for the election timetable after deadly protests
The EU called Wednesday for calm in the Democratic Republic of Congo and respect for the election timetable after deadly protests
A demonstrator walks near a car set ablaze to barricade a street during a protest in the Democratic Republic of Congo's capital Kinshasa, protests erupted
A demonstrator walks near a car set ablaze to barricade a street during a protest in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s capital Kinshasa, protests erupted
A demonstrator holds stones in his hands as he participates in a protest in the Democratic Republic of Congo's capital, Kinshasa, Jan. 20, 2015
A demonstrator holds stones in his hands as he participates in a protest in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s capital, Kinshasa, Jan. 20, 2015

Secretary Kerry signifies to Kabila the US is opposed to "president-for-life" (photo cr: NYTimes)
Secretary Kerry signifies to Kabila the US is opposed to “president-for-life” (photo cr: NYTimes)

Kinshasa rallies protest against Joseph Kabila's attempts to stay in power by amending DR Congo's constitution. Photograph: Reuters
Kinshasa rallies protest against Joseph Kabila’s attempts to stay in power by amending DR Congo’s constitution. Photograph: Reuters

Police detain a protester in Goma, DR Congo, on 19 January 2015
Police detain a protester in Goma, DR Congo, on 19 January 2015
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