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General Charles de Gaulle's office overlooked the rapids that separate Congo-Brazzaville from its neighbor, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and its capital, Kinshasa.
The well is situated offshore in Block Marine XI Congo-Brazzaville.
Catholic Women of Congo-Brazzaville: Mothers and Sisters in Troubled Times.
Two draft agreements designed to combat trade in illegally harvested timber, one concluded by the EU and Congo-Brazzaville, and the other by the EU and Cameroon, were officially approved by the European Parliament, on 20 January.
Summary: Agadir - Congo-Brazzaville's Minister of Social Affairs and Solidarity Emilienne Raoul said that South-South cooperation in the fight against poverty and exclusion should be developed on the basis of examples such as Morocco's National Initiative for Human Development (INDH).
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Congo-Brazzaville has said it is expecting more displaced people to pour in from the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo.
Congo-Brazzaville's largely untapped mineral resources were also discussed during the meetings, and the Dubai World Chairman expressed his keen interest in investments in the mining sector in the country.
The secretary-general of the International Theatre Institute center for Congo-Brazzaville, Jean Leopold Ngoulou, hopes the festival will continue to grow in international character and is eager to involve American artists and students.
Set in the fictional country of Vietongo, Mabanckou portrays the political turbulence that his native Congo-Brazzaville has perpetually suffered since its nationhood.
Gabon and Congo-Brazzaville both have output of around 300,000 b/d but both are mature producers in that few major discoveries have been made in recent years.
Following the outbreak of civil war in Congo-Brazzaville in 1997, Jack Sigolet, a financier with the French firm Elf Aquitaine, availed himself to President Pascal Lissouba.
To help reduce confusion, the Republic of Congo is usually referred to as Congo-Brazzaville. Unhappily both countries have similar histories of military coups, flawed elections, and immense suffering on the part of the people.
One nation is the chronically underdeveloped majority population, with a standard of living similar to that in Congo-Brazzaville. The other, much smaller, nation is highly developed and largely white, with living standards similar to Spain's.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) Group approved a [euro] 52m ($58m) loan to Congo-Brazzaville on 18th May to support the development of fibre-optic telecommunications and e-services throughout the country.