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republic (2015 est. pop. 4,996,000), 132,046 sq mi (342,000 sq km), W central Africa; also known as the Congo Republic. Congo is bordered on the west by Gabon; on the north by Cameroon and the Central African Republic; on the east and southeast by the
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Its four territories became autonomous members of the French Community, and Middle Congo was renamed the Congo Republic.
The inquiry was prompted by the anti-corruption group Transparency International which wants the justice system to question how the leaders of Gabon, Congo Republic and Equatorial Guinea and their families could afford assets worth tens of millions of dollars.
November 16, 2008 (NDJAMENA) -- The deployment of 2000 troops from Sudan and Chad along th joint border could intervene next January, said the Congo Republic Foreign Minister Basile Ikouebe Sunday.
BRAZZAVILLE, Congo Republic The Congo Republic became the second country to issue a postage stamp for World Religion Day, an annual event commemorated in dozens of cities and towns around the globe.
Gabon, Congo Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo
The companies will work together to promote wireless solutions and services via Wi-Fi networks throughout various West/North African and Middle Eastern regions including Egypt, Congo Republic, Kenya, Senegal, Gambia and more.
In this novel, Dongala, a chemist, university professor and award-winning novelist who left his home in the Congo Republic during a massive civil war, looks at modern-day genocide through the eyes of two Congolese teenagers.
In 1997, when rival militia factions divided the city of Brazzaville, the Congo Republic was stripped of domestic order and thrust, overnight, into civil war.
The young Tranmere striker, who hails from the Congo Republic, said: ``My ambition is to make a name for myself in football.
In early 2003, Ebola jumped back to primates and killed 600-800 gorillas in the Congo Republic, representing two-thirds of those remaining in the Lossi sanctuary (Morse and Colier 2003).
44% owned by 11 African states: Benin, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo Republic, Ivory Coast, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Senegal and Togo.