Joseph Kabila Kabange, born 4 June 1971, is a Congolese politician who served as President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo between January 2001 and January 2019. He took office ten days after the assassination of his father, President Laurent-Désiré Kabila in the context of the Second Congo War.
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- I'm not a warmonger. And I’m not a pacifist either. But I like peace.
- As quoted in "For Congo’s Leader, Middling Reviews" (4 April 2009), by Jeffrey Gettleman, The New York Times
- The history of the Democratic Republic of the Congo is also that of the Belgian missionaries, officials and entrepreneurs who believed in King Leopold II's dream of building a State in the center of Africa. At this precise moment, we want to pay homage to the memory of all these pioneers.
- Pierre Vercauteren: A king unjustly maligned. President Kabila, on April 10, 2004 during a reception offered to him by the Belgian Senate. (page 18)
- Joseph Kabila, The Untold Story
- Rape in the DRC
- BBC Country Profile
- Official website of the President of the DRC
- Joseph Kabila 2011 campaign site
- Democratic Republic of the Congo – Permanent Mission to the United Nations
- DR Congo presidential candidates face off in second round Jane's Intelligence Watch Report, 22 August 2006
- For Congo's Leader, Middling Reviews by Jeffrey Gettleman, The New York Times, 4 April 2009