Brazzaville


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the capital and largest city of the Republic of the Congo

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Bintel launched commercial services in Congo Brazzaville on 15th September 2010.
The maiden EC Air flight marked the commencement of a three times a week service between Dubai International Airport and Brazzaville, Congo (BZV), said its chairman Osso.
Our study in Brazzaville identified CHIKV as the causative agent for the 2011 outbreak of febrile illness characterized by severe joint pain.
The blasts flattened buildings and shattered windows in the northern part of Brazzaville and sent more than 2,000 fleeing their homes, a witness said.
Cinq explosions tres fortes et espacees se sont produites a partir de 08h00 locales (07h00 GMT) et jusqu'a 10h45, qui ont meme secoue et fait des degats materiels a Kinshasa, la capitale de la RD Congo voisine, separee de Brazzaville par le fleuve Congo.
As the movie concludes, Rick Blaine, played by Humphrey Bogart, contemplates joining the Free French in Brazzaville before uttering the famous line, "I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship.
Those killed included two Congolese citizens traveling with the cargo and four crew comprising two Ukrainians and two Moldovans, the Russian consul in Brazzaville told media.
An Aeroflot cargo aircraft crashed near the Republic of Congo's capital city of Brazzaville while approaching the country's main airport earlier today, according to media reports.
Summary: Morocco's Foreign Minister, Taib Fassi Fihri, on Friday arrived in Brazzaville to represent H.
Kiondosse Makouala, 29, originally from Congo Brazzaville in Africa, arrived in Birmingham after his life had been decimated, not having a single friend in the area.
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.
One prototype was installed in Niamey, Niger, in 1949, and the other in Brazzaville, Congo, in 1951.
We need to take Prouve back from the decorators and return him to the architects,' says Rubin, who initiated the rescue and restoration of two versions of the Tropical House from war-torn Brazzaville in the former French Congo.
Born in Douala, Cameroon, where his father served in the Colonial French army, Casquelourd started dancing after his family moved to the Congo; he first gained attention at Community Fetes, a network of traditional dance centers near Brazzaville.
Worst placed was Brazzaville at 215th, while the Iraqi capital, Baghdad ranked 213th.