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Kinshasa is the capital and the largest city of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is located on the Congo River.
- also known as Leopoldville, Kinshasa Federal District, Leopoldville Federal District, La Ville De Kinshasa, Ville De Kinshasa
- country: Democratic Republic of the Congo
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A Mighty Big River (2008)
by Gerard O'Brien
Kinshasa is a city of about 3,000,000 inhabitants, the largest city in Black Africa, and the administrative centre of the vast country that President Mobutu already considers the leader of Black Africa, and whose avowed intent is to make ...
The Last Rhinos (2012)
My Battle to Save One of the World's Greatest Creatures by Lawrence Anthony, Graham Spence
Kinshasa is a city of contrasts, with small islands of affluence surrounded by an ocean of poverty. There are a few thousand wealthy ex-colonials, mainly Belgian, who remained and toughed it out after the civil wars that wracked the country in ...
Children of the Country (2013)
Coast to Coast Across Africa by Joseph Hone
Besides, Kinshasa is a country in itself. All you need is money to discover it.
East Along the Equator (1987)
A Journey Up the Congo and Into Zaire by Helen Winternitz
Kinshasa is a city worthy of its fantastic location on a southern bank of the Congo River, just above the place where the river changes from a placid giant to a furious cataract plunging down through the Crystal Mountains to the Atlantic Ocean.
Democratic Republic, Republic by Sean Rorison
Trying to 'do' Kinshasa is a fruitless effort, as it often defies description: while academics, journalists and politicians describe it as a dead city, it is very much alive - in a different way. It is like a refugee camp with an infrastructure, ...
by Pierre Vennetier
Abstract : Kinshasa is an african capital 400 kilometers front.
Congo Masquerade (2011)
The Political Culture of Aid Inefficiency and Reform Failure by Theodore Trefon
Kinshasa is a distant and abstract entity for many Congolese. A place of fascination and pleasure-seeking opportunities for some, it is a maelstrom of exploitation and corruption for others. As elsewhere in Africa, the degree of.
by Emizet Francois Kisangani
Kinshasa: Éditions Universitaires Africaines, 1994. ———. La Place de la Convention Relative aux Droits de l'Enfant en Droit Zaïrois. Kinshasa: UNICEF, 1994. Kadima Kadiangandu, Joachim. Schemata of Forgiveness for Democracy in ...
by Kevin Shillington
Republic of: Liberalization, Rebellion, 1980s and 1990s Congo (Kinshasa), Democratic Republic ...
by Robert Benedetto, Donald K. McKim
the Communauté Presbytérienne de Kinshasa ( CPK; ...
An Encyclopedia of Geography, History, and Culture by Roman Adrian Cybriwsky
river port and gateway into the interior of Africa from the start, as the middle section of the Congo is navigable even for today's large river barges from Kinshasa as far inland as Stanley Falls and the city of Kisangani (formerly Stanleyville), ...
Religions of the World: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Beliefs and Practices, 2nd Edition [6 volumes] (2010)
A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Beliefs and Practices by J. Gordon Melton, Martin Baumann
The Mennonite Community headquarters are in the city of Tshikapa in West Kasai, but is best contacted through the Mennonite Central Committee in Kinshasa. In 2005, it reported 83,746 members. It has been a member of the World Council ...
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