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Kabila

Laurent . 1940--2001, Congolese politician and guerrilla leader: he overthrew the Mobutu regime in Za?re, becoming president of the renamed Democratic Republic of Congo (1997--2001): assassinated
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In an address to the nation, Kabila announced the creation of a preparatory committee but did not specify who would serve on it, nor when the dialogue itself would begin.
Katumbi's message of peace is in reaction to the acts of intimidation and a faux coup that President Kabila is reportedly attempting to fabricate then pin on his political opposition (notably Mr.
With the invitation from Kabila, Zuma will be visiting the DRC to attend the 9th Session of the BNC, scheduled for October 16 in Kinshasa.
The contested bill -- which many see as an attempt by Kabila to stay in power -- was passed by the country's lower house of parliament a week ago, but after the days of deadly protests, the Senate on Friday backed down and voted unanimously to amend the legislation.
Kabila was easily elected under the Democratic Republic of Congo's new constitution in 2006.
Dans ce message, le Souverain exprime au president Kabila ainsi qu'a l'ensemble du peuple congolais frere, Ses chaleureuses felicitations et tous Ses voeux de progres et de prosperite.
Mukungubila, who calls himself 'The prophet of the Eternal', ran unsuccessfully for the presidency against Kabila in 2006.
I relocated from Rwanda to Burundi, and that's where I met Mzee [Laurent] Kabila.
The "Kitona Operation" was an extremely risky but potentially strategically decisive special operation that had as its objective nothing less than the capture of the DRC's capital, Kinshasa, and the overthrow of President Laurent Desire Kabila.
Le president Joseph Kabila a declare que "desormais notre priorite sera la defense de la patrie", intervenant hier samedi a Kinshasa devant le Parlement de la Republique democratique du Congo alors que l'est du pays est en proie a une rebellion que Kinshasa accuse le Rwanda de soutenir.
The deal was brokered by regional leaders, in the Ugandan capital Kampala; however, M23 leaders have threatened the government of President Joseph Kabila, warning that they would re-take control of the city if their demands, highlighted during the negotiations are not met within 48 hours.
The national army loyal to president Joseph Kabila was also ousted from the town of Mushaki, in the hills 20km northwest of Sake.