Faradje Territory

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Faradje Territory
Faradje Territory is located in Democratic Republic of the Congo
Faradje Territory
Faradje Territory
Coordinates: 3°44′06″N 29°42′36″E / 3.73503°N 29.70997°E / 3.73503; 29.70997Coordinates: 3°44′06″N 29°42′36″E / 3.73503°N 29.70997°E / 3.73503; 29.70997
Country Democratic Republic of Congo
Province Haut-Uele

Faradje Territory is an administrative area in the Haut-Uele Province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The main town is Faradje, lying on the Dungu River.

In January and February 2011 the Lords Resistance Army attacked people in the territories of Dungu, Faradje, Niangara and Watsa, causing 33,000 people to be displaced. The people were slow to return due to the feeble response of government security forces.[1]

References

  1. ^ "Province Orientale - District du Bas-Uele, du Haut-Uele et d'Ituri : Mouvements de population suite aux attaques des groupes armés : situation en Février 2011". RDC Humanitaire (in French). 22 March 2011. Retrieved 2011-10-11.
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