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republic (2005 est. pop. 3,039,000), 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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The members of the Security Council called upon the Government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo to hold accountable those responsible for violations and abuses of human rights, in accordance with the Constitution.
China, together with Belgium and France, are the main sources for the trickle of tourists -- about 100 each year -- who venture to this remote corner of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The Republic of the Congo ranked 176 th out of 189 in the World Bank's 2015 Doing Business survey.
More than 17 million additional people in Angola and the Democratic Republic of the Congo were expected to be vaccinated in September.
One, South Africa, has also announced that they will be conducting a court martial in situ -- in the Democratic Republic of the Congo -- and I think that is a hugely important step because that will give the victims and the impacted community access to justice.
Ambassador to the Democratic Republic of the Congo is James C.
The accession of Peru and the ratification of the Democratic Republic of the Congo brings the ICO's exporting country membership up to 42 Members.
Income from the field, estimated to contain proven reserves of 70m barrels, will be split 50-50 between Angola and the Republic of the Congo.
In June 1960, Belgium granted independence to the Belgian Congo, one of its former colonies, and Lumumba was promptly elected prime minister of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, six months before he was murdered.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo and adjacent West African markets possess difficult-to-access natural resources on the African continent.
As an emblem of the seemingly limitless scale of human suffering, Tshumbe could stand for any diocese in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The ICC said it "reminds the Democratic Republic of the Congo of.

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