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Police admit killing four in DRC post-election violence

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The chief of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s police has confirmed that his forces killed four people in post-election violence but declared the situation under control Sunday. It’s “hard to predict” whether the situation will deteriorate further, according to rights watchdog Human Rights Watch (HRW).

Q&A: Anneke Van Woudenberg, DRC specialist, Human Rights Watch

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Watching the Detective

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Police ready for action at the Occupy France protest at La Défense, Paris

Police ready for action at the Occupy France protest at La Défense, Paris

From the Arab Spring to Occupy Wall Street, this year we’ve seen the huge role social media and mobile communications play in helping people share information, photos and videos of major events with the rest of the world. It’s a new and exciting wave of front line reporting, but it’s also been raising bigger questions about how we can judge whether we’re getting the full story. The French website Copwatch posts photos and detailed personal information about police officers, and as a result it’s been ordered down by law. But it keeps springing back up.

Report: Copwatch, CBC Spark

Written by Daniel Finnan

27 November 2011 at 10:00