Uele


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Uele

or

Welle

(both: wĕ`lā), river, c.700 mi (1,130 km) long, rising in NE Congo (Kinshasa), central Africa, and flowing west to merge with the Bomu River and thus form the Ubangi River at the Congo–Central African Republic border. Its course has many rapids.

Uele

 

a river in central Africa, in the northern part of the Republic of Zaїre. The Uele measures more than 1,000 km in length. It originates in the Monts Bleus, to the west of Lake Mobutu Sese Seko (formerly Lake Albert). Its upper course is called the Kibali. The Uele flows through rain forests and savannas. Numerous rapids make the river unnavigable. The confluence of the Uele with the Bomu River forms the Ubangi River.

Uele

a river in central Africa, rising near the border between the Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Za?re) and Uganda and flowing west to join the Bomu River and form the Ubangi River. Length: about 1100 km (700 miles)
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On 10 May 2017, a multidisciplinary team led by the Ministry of Health (MoH) and supported by WHO, under the new WHO Emergency Programme, and partners, was deployed to the Likati health zone, Bas Uele Province to conduct an in-depth field investigation.
See Human Rights Watch, "Trail of Death: LRA Atrocities in Northeastern Congo," March 2010, and Ledio Cakaj, "This Is Our Land Now: Lord's Resistance Army Attacks in Bas Uele, Northeastern Congo," Enough Project, April 2010.
In an informal survey done in two IDP sites in a large town in Haut Uele in July 2009, 32 per cent and 66 per cent in each site said they had gone back to their home communities to try to recover food or other items; by contrast, the overwhelming majority expressed no intention in returning to their homes on a permanent basis.
Lyons, << From death camps to "cordon sanitaire": the development of sleeping sickness policy in the Uele district of the Belgian Congo, 1903-1914 >>, Journal of African History, 26 (1985), 17.
Quid autem attinet huius hominis sententiam uele exponere, quam Hieronymus negat se percipere potuisse?
Parachutists Felix Baumgartner of Austria and Uele Geggenschatz of Switzerland floated safely to the base of the 512-foot high structure, where they were picked up by a speedboat.
Esson's multi-paneled SPOULAKK (an acronym for Ese Peo Uele a Coca, or "This Fart Smells Like Shit") is split on opposite walls and incomplete, as are Segundo Planes's two drawing series.
The individuals, the UN said, were extracted by its mission in the DRC from the Garamba National Park, Haut Uele province,located in the north east of the country.
15) at Kempton and Amanda Perrett's gelding looks well handicapped off a mark of 78 judged on his defeat of the now 87-rated Uele River in a 1m2f maiden at Windsor in April.
This subspecies was described from Uele in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Poisson 1949) and also is known from Chad (Bebedja), Ivory Coast, and central Sudan; it was found among Ceratophyllum and other vegetation and in a swimming pool (Linnavuori 1981).
However, MONUSCO patrols outside the town itself are extremely limited, and the mission is not currently present in Bas Uele district.
to Haut Uele and Bas Uele, in northern Democratic Republic of the Congo.