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  • On arrival at Brazzaville's Maya-Maya domestic terminal there's total screaming chaos as swarms of barking luggage touts mill about seeking your custom to get your cases off the partially holed and cratered conveyor belt.

    Mike Arkus: Recent African Airport Experiences: From Presidential Shutdown to an 'Are-They-Out-to-Get-Me' Moment

  • Emile Ouosso, minister of transportation and civil aviation, said the Airbus 330 landed at Brazzaville's Maya-Maya airport on Wednesday night and that one of its wings then hit a building.

    Air France Plane Hits Congo Building With No Injuries

  • A frustrated voter at Brazzaville's northern Poto-Poto quarter, vent his spleen.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Brazzaville's Dennis Sassou-Nguesso, said the Zambian government's actions contravened the spirit the AU was trying to promote.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The attack on Monday night in Brazzaville's southern Madibou neighbourhood caused panic in the area among local people who fled for safety in other areas, police said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Opposition leader Bernard Kolelas, who is Brazzaville's mayor, has continued to spearhead mediation efforts at the national level.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Meanwhile Health Minister Julien Bikandou called on Congo's warring factions to open up a humanitarian corridor so that the corpses strewn on Brazzaville's streets could be collected.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The Congolese government has distributed aid to displaced persons in Brazzaville's southern districts, which are controlled by the city's mayor Bernard Kolelas or troops loyal to Lissouba, the minister said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Brazzaville's ex-mayor, Bernard Kolelas, whom Lissouba made premier to the anger of Sassou Nguesso's supporters during last-ditch efforts to settle the conflict by peaceful means and international mediation.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Eyewitnesses reported seeing several Angolan military transport planes depart from Brazzaville's international airport carrying troops and heavy artillery, including rocket launchers.

    ANC Daily News Briefing


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