- From Congo + Brazzaville to distinguish it from its neighbour, Congo-Kinshasa. (Wiktionary)
“In many cases such as Angola, Congo-Brazzaville, and others, the condition under which they took oil-backed loans were very opaque, said Gary.”
“Countries such as Cambodia, Angola and Congo-Brazzaville have all emerged from conflict with huge potential resource wealth, but the benefits have been squandered while basic services have been propped up by donor aid.”
“QPR have had a £5m offer for the France-born Congo-Brazzaville defender rejected by Rovers, with Mark Hughes – who signed Samba for Blackburn from Hertha Berlin for £400,000 in 2007 – expected to table an improved bid now that he has taken over at Loftus Road.”
“Shipped all the way from its first home in Congo-Brazzaville, and immaculately restored in Paris, this lightweight steel and aluminum kit-of-parts structure and prefab archetype can be yours for the low, low price of $4 – $6 million!”
“Will this lead the Paris-based leadership of the "Republic of Cabinda" who seek to create an independent state in the Angolan exclave of Cabinda once known as the Portuguese Congo wedged in between Congo-Brazzaville and Congo-Kinshasa?”
“Earlier this week, a Parisian judge ordered an inquiry into alleged corruption and embezzlement on the part of three African heads of state: Denis Sassou-Nguesso of Congo-Brazzaville, Omar Bongo of Gabon, and Teodoro Obiang of Equatorial Guinea.”
“The AFP article on the judge's decision, reprinted on the Congo-Brazzaville web portal congopage, had more than 140 comments at the time of this post's publication.”
“The AU delegation, consisting of the presidents of South Africa, Congo-Brazzaville, Mali and Mauritania, plus Uganda's foreign minister, landed at Tripoli's Mitiga airport after Nato gave permission for their aircraft to enter Libyan airspace.”
“Particularly concerning Sudan's Darfur crisis, Africa is on the hook: the Darfur peacekeeping mission is a joint enterprise between the African Union and United Nations, includes troops only from Africa, and, until their recent departures, was led by a diplomat from Congo-Brazzaville and a general from Nigeria.”
“Congo, also known as Congo-Brazzaville, is ruled by Denis Sassou-Nguesso, who has been in power for much of the past three decades.”
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