Manono


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Manono

 

a town in the Republic of Zaire, in the northern part of Shaba (formerly Katanga) Province. It is linked by railroad with the landing of Muyumba on the Lualaba River. It has an airport. Manono is an important center of tin mining and smelting. It has food-processing industry. The town receives electrical energy from the Piana-Mwanga Hydroelectric Power Plant, which is located on the Luvua River.

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The victims were targeted by elements of the Mai Mai Bakata-Katanga militia in a raid on Lwela village, near Manono town in the centre of the province, according to the latest weekly report of the UN mission in the DRC (MONUSCO).
A total of 423 swabs were obtained from skin and soft tissue infections of 399 persons at 8 locations on the 2 main islands of Samoa (Upolu and Savai'i) and a smaller island, Manono.
Linda Lingle says she has released an unspecified portion of the money to Hawaii Community College's Manono Campus in East Hawaii.
3-magnitude on the Richter scale and subsequently generated a killer tsunami that has hit various parts of American Samoa, the south coast of Upolo (the most populated island of Samoa) and the smaller island of Manono.
And as well, the tu'ie of Manono, which is a lament performed through song and dance about their assassinated Tamafaiga and the glory that he had brought to the Manono confederation.
The Irish patrol moved towards the town of Manono, an inhospitable Baluba stronghold hundreds of miles away, where it was believed the train crew were being held captive.
In the most recent case, Bishop Nestor Ngoy Katahwa of Manono was detained July 29 in the capital, Kinshasa, and was interrogated for 24 hours.
Western Samoa consists of the islands Savai'i, Upolu, Manono, and Apolima.
Cyclamen, the white and the mauve, from the slopes of Ema and from the Dolomites, grew well at Manono, and since he delighted to make presents of plants to friends and visitors, they were transplanted to many another garden.