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Congo Republic

African republic bordered by the Central African Republic, Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Gabon and the Atlantic Ocean.
There was a great discussion between two people Mobutu Sese Seko and Laurent Kabila and their lid a fire between them. this is the reason why did the second Congo war start. Kabila purposely shot Mobuto to get on his place and the same happened.
The Congolese eat all sorts of things. what kind of things do they eat
we have to know and understand that we have way more things than people in africa do and in parts of asia. we have health care, trasportation and a chace to go to school for free which we take for granted
congo is the area 5700km2
They it rice,coffee,and bannas. what else who ever wrote this def needs to learn more about french speaking countries.
There are two different neighbouring countries: The Republic of Congo and The Democratic Republic of Congo, it gets confusing when just the word Congo is used.
play soccer lol or watch soccer.
The Prime Minister of the Republic of the Congo in 1960 was Patrice Emergy Lumumba.
mostly sweet, for as all i know
There are various different kinds of food eaten in Congo. Forexample, cassava is a staple food of the region.
For a well researched answer, read, or watch King Leopold's Ghost.
here is a list of animals from the Congo rainforest . okapi . gorilla . chimpanzee . black colubus monkey . hippo . clawless otter . Congo peacock . bonobo . peafowl and many more insects and frogs
they eat bugali and nyama
The Portuguese colonized Angola
there is: fufu digali & doux maragwe
Congo's farmland is the source of a wide variety of crops. Theseinclude maize, rice, cassava (manioc), sweet potatoes, yam, taro,plantain, tomatoes, pumpkin and varieties of peas and nuts. Thesefoods are eaten throughout the country, but there are also regionaldishes.
Congo, Africa does not have a national bird.
By bribing Congolese President Denis Sassou Nguesso's daughter, Julienne Sassou Johnson ("Joujou").
one of them has a democratic government. Democratic Republic of Congo refers to a large country in central Africa (formerly/also known as Zaire, Belgian Congo, Congo-Kinshasa, Congo-Leopoldville, D.R. Congo, and DRC). Republic of Congo (formerly/also known as Congo-Brazzaville , Little...
Currency in the Democratic Republic of Congo: Congolese franc (CDF)
I think Stan or someone
It is moambe, which means "eight" (or mwambe)
The Republic of Congo currently has no Prime Minister. Adolphe Muzito is the Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He became the Prime Minister on 2008 October 10.
zero people live in Congo
Denis Sassou Nguesso is the President of the Republic of Congo. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in 1991....
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 2010. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 2009. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 2008. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 2007. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 2006. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 2005. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 2004. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 2003. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 2002. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 2001. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 2000. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 1999. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 1998. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 1991. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 1990. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 1989. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 1988. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 1987. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 1986. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 1985. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 1984. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 1983. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 1982. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 1981. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 1980. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
they export Petroleum, lumber, plywood, sugar, cacao
He wanted his own colony, and wished for economic control (especially in the rubber businesses).
Colonization was very popular at the time and he wanted his own colony.
Yes there are, both some that were born there (like Jean-Claude Van Damme) and many that come there to work for private industries, NGOs or the UN
Many different things and it depends on the region as Congo is HUGE. But some dishes that all Congolese generally identify with are: Pondu (usually with some meat or fish, rice and pili-pili) and Fufu.
if a village or person did not meet their quota, they were killed and their right hands were cut off
Well, l think that Congo is LEDC
The Democratic Republic of the Congo was previously called Zaire. Sometimes called Congo-Zaire, or Congo-Kinshasa
Yes. Both the Republic of Congo and the Democratic Republic of Congo have a president.
No one is the Prime Minister of the Republic of Congo. The post of Prime Minister was again abolished in 2009, after president Denis Sassou Nguesso was re-elected and he appointed a new government. The last Prime Minister of the Republic of Congo was Isidore Mvouba who served as Prime Minister...
Sarah common first name for girls kayembe common surname
Pretty sure Congo is a country....located in Africa.
Portugal colonised Angola
rubber, ivory, gold, uranium
They eat bananas and eat allot of rice as well as drinking coffee.
its a poor place, you kill to eat
Telephone country code +242 (dialed as 00 242 from many places) is the Republic of Congo (capital: Brazzaville).Effective from 2010-10-05, all numbers have 9 digits after thecountry code +242. All landline numbers begin with +242 222. Mobile numbers begin with +242 01, +242 044, +242 055, or...
The Republic of the Congo, with its capital at Brazzaville, has returned to a socialist dictatorship under former president Denis Sassou Nguesso, whose forces prevailed during the 1997 civil war that toppled the democratically-elected government.
The presidents of Congo Brazzaville since the country becameindependent is Abbe Fulbert Youlou, Alphonse Massamba-Debat, andDenis Sassou-Nguesso. The current president is Denis Sassou Nguesso
It is important to note that French Congo is Congo-Brazzaville (Republic of Congo). Belgian Congo is Congo-Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of Congo), which is significantly larger. The French conquered Congo-Brazzaville in 1880 as a result of Pierre de Brazza's treaty with Makoko of the Bateke.
The capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (aka the Congo ) is Kinshasa. The capital of the smaller Republic of the Congo is Brazzaville. The Democratic Republic of the Congo's capital is Kinshasa, the capital of The Congo is Brazzaville
Denis Sassou Nguesso was the President of the Republic of Congo in 2011. He first took the position on 1979 February 8, ruling until 1992 August 31. Due to political pressures, the government allowed multi-party in 1990, and the position of President was stripped of most of its executive powers in...
Libya was formly called northwest Africa isn't that funny ha ha
The Republic of the Congo's major export partners include China,United States, France, Australia, Netherlands, Spain and India.