from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- LakeKivu A lake on the border of Congo (formerly Zaire) and Rwanda north of Lake Tanganyika. It is situated at an altitude of 1,461 m (4,790 ft) and is Africa's highest lake.
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- proper n. A lake between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Rwanda
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A native name for one of the tsetse-flies which communicate the nagana or sleeping-sickness in Africa.
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- n. a lake in the mountains of central Africa between Congo and Rwanda
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While in Kivu, which is held by the Rwandan-backed Congolese
The Kivu Gold Corp. ( 'Kivu') transactions were subject to fairness opinions and technical reviews by qualified independent third parties and reviewed by the TSX.
ÂI've been corresponding recently with human rights activists in Congo with whom a colleague and I met while traveling and working in the eastern Kivu provinces this summer.
I've been corresponding recently with human rights activists in Congo with whom a colleague and I met while traveling and working in the eastern Kivu provinces this summer.
The incidents took place seven months ago in the villages of Bushani and Kalambahiro in North Kivu.
The eastern provinces of South Kivu, North Kivu and Province Orientale cover more than 625,000 sq km, an area larger than France.
Some DRC officials accused Colonel Kifaru and his men of pillaging Nakiele, in South Kivu province, this past June after deserting the army.
At least 387 women, men, and children were raped in several villages in eastern Congo's North Kivu province in late July and early August of last year.
Régionale (Region du Kivu) de l'Environnement, Conservation de la Nature et Tourism.
The eastern section is in the Mitumba Mountains west of and parallel to Lake Kivu.
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