In the Democratic Republic of the Congo it’s war again. But what does it mean again? She goes there for ten years, almost without ceasing. Just now, it flared up anew after a brief lull in the beginning of the year. In August the rebel General Laurent Nkunda with the Tutsi rebels launched an offensive on government forces of President Joseph Kabila of supporting Hutu militias. UN troops are in the country, to cope with the situation and can not defend themselves for the most part, not the civilian population, which is carved thugs on both sides. A quarter of a million refugees in the country is maturing extremely serious humanitarian catastrophe. To plunder, to shoot more joined on the men of the tribe and the Mai-Mai and Hutu movement with the romantic name of “kil*ing together.” The whole cocktail of carefully mixed throughout the country already ravaged by the years of civil strife.