Brazzaville


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the capital and largest city of the Republic of the Congo

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For his part, President Denis Sassou Nguesso welcomed the idea of the two embassies for Liberia and Congo Brazzaville, according to Mr.
Pefaco Hotels currently boasts four hotel complexes: two operational, in the Republic of the Congo (Pefaco Hotel Alima Palace 5*, in Oyo, and Pefaco Hotel Maya Maya 5*, in Brazzaville) and two other complexes under development, Pefaco Hotel Prestige Brazzaville 5* (Republic of the Congo) and Pefaco Hotel Prestige Lome 5* (Republic of Togo).
"We appeal for responsibility from each candidate," said Juste Desire Moundelle, a spokesman for Nguesso during a press conference in the capital Brazzaville.
Operating twice weekly using a Boeing 777F freighter aircraft, the new service will fly from Abu Dhabi to Brazzaville via Lagos airport in Nigeria.
The Republic of the Congo (Brazzaville) shares with Angola petroleum-rich areas straddling their territorial waters.
CONGO Republic's national carrier Equatorial Congo Airlines (ECAir) is to launch direct flights from Brazzaville to Dubai, UAE.
The new Congolese national carrier, Equatorial Congo Airlines (ECAir), announced its first Middle East operation with a maiden flight from capital Brazzaville to Dubai International Airport.
Des sources signalent que le Groupe a signe deux protocoles d'accord a Brazzaville et a Abidjan.
The deal will make Airtel the largest mobile operator in Congo Brazzaville with around 2.6 million customers.
West Africans live between the Congolese in Brazzaville rather than among them.
We report an outbreak of CHIKV infection in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo, that was associated with the mosquito vectors Ae.
Summary: At least 206 people have died in the Republic of Congo as explosions ripped through an arms depot in the capital Brazzaville.
| RABAT, March 5 (KUNA) -- Morocco sent urgent humanitarian and medical relief to Congo, and will set up a mobile militry hospital following a series of blasts that hit weapons depots in the capital Brazzaville on Sunday, killing and injuring hundreds of people.
A series of explosions at a weapons depot located on the banks of the Congo River in the capital, Brazzaville, have killed about 200 people and injured about 200 more government and hospital officials in the Republic of Congo say.