This article appeared in the South China Morning Post print edition as: There have been up to 15 people living here at any time: My relationship with my parents was based on telephone calls; once a month, or whenever the connection was good enough, we'd speak for as long as we could afford to. To which Facebook Support replied: They decided in that we should escape abroad with my uncle. Hello my dear Gentlemens!!!
I will show you a video where a young African girl is shamefully murdered in cold blood in an Arabic country.
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My uncle works in the Congolese community in north London, translating, teaching English, offering advice; the documentary makers had come to him looking for a young woman, living in Britain but born in DRC, who had not been back for a long while. Some of the attacks are performed by child soldiers, while their commanders urge them on, and some performed on children, even those as young as three. More on this story. The social media giant has attempted to rectify its mistakes by being more pro-active in the community. My parents have lived in Kinshasa for 50 years, since Congo was given the independence their parents and grandparents had fought for; now their country's fallen into ruin, worse off than it was under colonial rule, and that's hard to stomach.