Global Witness's new report 'Faced with a gun, what can you do?' names companies trading in minerals from the warring parties in the DRC. Since its release the report has featured in the international media. Some of the links and downloads are available here:
Carina Tertsakian helped carry out the research in the DRC for Global Witness, she was interviewed by BBC's World Service reporter, Thomas Fessy, in Kinshasa.
Guardian Online: 'British firms linked to Congo's illicit mineral trade'.
Telegraph Online: 'British businesses accused of funding Congo war'.
Time Magazine Online: 'First Blood Diamonds, Now Blood Computers?'
The Huffington Post: 'Congo Rapes, Violence Linked to Multinational Companies: Rights Group'.
Blog on The Huffington Post by Global Witness DRC campaigner Lizzie Parsons: 'Lax Checks of Mineral Companies Allow Atrocies and Abuses in Congo'.
Comment on The Mirror's Opinion Blog: 'Global Witness names British firms dealing with Congo rebels'.
Le Potentiel: 'Congo-Kinshasa: Global Witness accuse - Violence à l'Est : des multinationales mises en cause' (in French)
Radio Okapi: 'Mines du Kivu : Global Witness dénonce l’exploitation des civils par les groupes armés' (in French)