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Congo Democratic Republic

Central African country that is bordered by Sudan, Rwanda, Uganda, the Central African Republic Tanzania, Burundi, Angola, Zambia, Tanzania, and the Republic of the Congo. Formerly known as Zaire.
Demos, greek - the people cracy.. probably also from greek - ruling
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
No. It is now called the Democratic Republic of the Congo. But some people still use zaire.
congo is the area 5700km2
It was Colonized by King Leopold ll of Belgium in 1855. Keep in mind that it was once named Zaire, for a few years.
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
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Salonga National park is located in Democratic Republic of Congo and is home to many endangered species as well as being the largest tropical rain forest reserve in Africa. It became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984. As a result of the civil war in the eastern half of the country, it was added...
The Prime Minister of the Republic of the Congo in 1960 was Patrice Emergy Lumumba.
One reason is the difficulty of transportation. Many of the minerals are found deep in the country's interior. Lack of roads and the thick rain forests make it hard to reach these areas. Another reason is political unrest. For many years, power-hungry leaders kept the nation's wealth for...
Casual Clothes are permitted, but the saying is the nicer one looks the more respect they will be given. Most locals dress in in clean, crisp, colorful outfits.
By bribing Congolese President Denis Sassou Nguesso's daughter, Julienne Sassou Johnson ("Joujou").
Currency in the Democratic Republic of Congo: Congolese franc (CDF)
I think Stan or someone
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.
Joseph Kabila Kabange (known commonly as Joseph Kabila, born June 4, 1971) is a Congolese politician who has been President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo since January 2001.
because they have diamonds and because there are a wounderful sociessty
they export Petroleum, lumber, plywood, sugar, cacao
Belgium colonised the Congo.
French is the official language of both Congo's.Democratic Republic of the Congo & Republic of the Congo
It is very different, the weather is much different, and the people speak different languages. They like to spend much time outside in the warm weather, they are not the wealthiest country, they are actually quite poor.
They live in small huts with hay as a roof. They could be considered as "a humble small cot" but without all the detail. It is a mix between the old Japan huts and the old Carribian huts.
He wanted his own colony, and wished for economic control (especially in the rubber businesses).
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.
Jordan is not the poorest country on Earth.
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
There are 18 rivers in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo was previously called Zaire. Sometimes called Congo-Zaire, or Congo-Kinshasa
A Zairean or Zairian. (pronounced Zi-ear-e-an)
Yes. Both the Republic of Congo and the Democratic Republic of Congo have a president.
The primary mode of subsistence of the Mbuti culture is Foraging.
The currency used in Paris is the Euro. However, the currency in  France used to be Francs. This was used until the Euro was adopted  in 1999.
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...
Pretty sure Congo is a country....located in Africa.
they had lumber, fishing, farmers ,and
1960, that's when the Belgians and the French bugged out of Africa
Roughly 143 million
Lake Albert, Lake Edward, Lake Kivu, and Lake Tanganyika.
They eat bananas and eat allot of rice as well as drinking coffee.
its a poor place, you kill to eat
Africa,Congo Democratic Republic you welcomess :)
The Congo river supports most of the the country's :Farmland andIndustries
It is in Africa. If you had a map of africa, you would see it's towards the south of africa.
Adolphe Muzito was the Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 2011. He became the Prime Minister on 2008 October 10 and served until 2012 March 6.
Adolphe Muzito was the Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 2010. He became the Prime Minister on 2008 October 10 and served until 2012 March 6.
Adolphe Muzito was the Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 2009. He became the Prime Minister on 2008 October 10 and served until 2012 March 6.
King Leopold II of Belgium. Due to his harsh and violent control of  the Congo, he was forced to give it up to the Government of Belgium  in 1908. Conditions quickly improved thereafter.
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.
Yes. The president of the DRC is Joseph Kabila.
he became president of Congo in 2001
the official language is french but many also speak Lingala, Swahili, Kikongo, and Tshiluba.
I am not sure about the specific languages that are spoken in the Congo; however, you can check on the official Peace Corps website. It tells you what languages each country in Africa speaks, along with many others around the world.
move freely in forests and mountains.
2,345,409 square kilometres.
because it people from Belgium that has colonized them.... I know that because i'm Congolese
because it is a main source of income for poachers