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the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo on the Congo river opposite Brazzaville

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The group will open the recently installed solar power system at Biamba Marie Mutombo Hospital in Kinshasha.
Anti-amoebic and pasmolytic activities of extracts from some antidiarrhoeal traditional preparations used in Kinshasha, Congo.
Orobator oversaw the selection process, and by April 2009 we announced the names of the seven women who would study in Kampala, Kinshasha, Nairobi, and Yaounde.
Monsignor Laurent Monsengwo Pasinya, archbishop of Kinshasha, Democratic Republic of Congo
Accompanying his family to Kinshasha in 1983, the young narrator carries his favorite book, Heart of Darkness, into the literal space it described.
It was just weeks before The Rumble In The Jungle, during training sessions before his epic fight with George Foreman in Kinshasha, Zaire, on October 30, 1974.
Clinton, who met victims of sexual violence during her visit to Goma, said that Kinshasha and 17,000 UN peacekeepers in the east of the country must do more to punish those who attack civilians.
Last year, police arrested 13 sorcerers who had been stealing or shrinking men's penises in the capital, Kinshasha.
Komorowski began his marine insurance career on the west coast of Africa, where he was the Lloyd's agent in Liberia with responsibility for claims adjusting and cargo surveying from Dakar, Senegal, to Kinshasha, Zaire.
Meanwhile, talent erupts in impromptu jams everywhere, from plane to Kinshasha tarmac to urban marketplaces.
Mandanda, 22, was born in Kinshasha in the French-speaking Democratic Republic of Congo and at 6ft 1ins is considered to be of a size and stature which belies his years.
Sungu, born in Congo's capital city Kinshasha and brought up in Paris, France, has started one first team fixture for Cardiff City, in the FAW Premier Cup defeat at Carmarthen Town.
Free Within Ourselves: African American Artists in the Collection of The National Museum of American Art by Regenia Perry, with Introduction by Kinshasha Holman Conwill Pomegranate, October 1992 $26, ISBN 1-566-40073-2
With studies that range from child soldiers; young women in the Liberian civil war; the forbidden masquerades of Oku youth and women; song, choirs and youth in Botswana; youth culture and violence in Sierra Leone; children and witchcraft in the DR Congo; and street culture in urban African cities such as Addis Ababa, Dakar and Kinshasha, the reader is provided with an insight into the hearts and minds of African youngsters.
They initiated the Doctorat Troisieme cycle of programmes for Francophone Africans in Younde and Congo Kinshasha.