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  • Hemorrhagic illness in the Congo has killed 70, but it is not Eboli, reports WHO
    Hemorrhagic illness Congo: As death toll rises WHO dispels Ebola concerns
    People are dying from the hemorrhagic gastroenteritis illness in the Democratic Republic of Congo, with close to 600 people contracting this disease. The death toll is at 70 out of the hundreds who have fallen ill, according to Travelers Today,...
  • Kempinski takes over management of Congo hotel
    Kempinski announces mangement of Africa's Hotel Fleuve Congo
    Kempinski announced in a press release today August 6, that the company has signed an eleven-year management agreement for the Hotel Fleuve Congo. Named after the continent’s largest river, the 237-room property sits near in the heart of the...
  • Islamist Training Officer
    Islamist group in Congo slapped with sanctions by United Nations
    TheUnited Nations Security Councilin New York City on Monday officiallyplaced theUgandan Islamist group known asAllied Democratic Forces on its blacklistas a result ofthe group'srecruiting, trainingand using children assoldiers, and for...
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    Republic of the Congo releases infographic on Brazzaville
    Congo Brazzaville A Breathtaking Country [Infographic]A new infographic just published by RepublicOfTheCongo.org praises all the attractions of a visit to the Republic of Congo in Central Africa. Since Denis Sassou Nguesso came to power 30 years...
  • Republic of the Congo
    Social Media Exposure in the Republic of the Congo
    The Republic of the Congo is a nation that has been making great advances in infrastructural development. With President Denis Sassou Nguesso at the helm, the Republic of the Congo has embarked on a number of infrastructure projects involving both...
  • New Age Social Media
    A Brave New World with Social Media
    It is incredible to think about how far social media has come. A little under a decade ago, social media platforms seemed to be the domain of highshoolers and college kids. Early on you could not even have a Facebook account without having a...
  • Little Bird Bistro's Chocolate for the Congo
    Chocolate for Congo event dazzles with delectable delicacies
    Last Saturday, January 25, I spent a rare, sunny winter day grazing through a chocolaty hunk of heaven at downtown Portland’s Little Bird Bistro. I was doing my part for a special fundraiser for the Eastern Congo Initiative: Chocolate for...
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    Humans are gorilla-like
    Scientific study confirms humans, great apes separated from common ancestor. Humans and chimps separated from a common ancestor six million years ago, while gorillas split off from that common ancestor four million years before that, confirms a...
  • Destructive mega-dam on Congo River
    World Bank to add more destructive hydropower to the Congo
    On December 16 and 17, World Bank member governments will meet in Moscow. They need to decide whether to fund more destructive dams or support clean, local energy solutions for poor communities, according to Peter Bosshard of International Rivers...
  • Bar cookies from the Congo
    Cookies from the Congo
    Back in the 1960's, there was a bar cookie recipe circulated that used chocolate chips and pecans. Not exactly like the famous Toll House cookie, but this was a chewy treat that made its way in many church cookbooks, personal recipe files and...
  • The Ministry of Forestry in Congo, Africa announced that 28 people have been arrested for elephant poaching since January of this year.
    Several elephant poaching arrests in Congo
    The Ministry of Forestry in Congo, Africa announced that 28 people have been arrested for elephant poaching since January of this year.The arrests were in response to efforts by the World Wildlife Fund and and other international organizations in...
  • Cover of 'The 'Geneva Option' by Adam Lebor
    Don't miss 'The Geneva Option’ by Adam Lebor
    Adam Lebor masterfully weaves an international espionage thriller around the war in the Congo, home to the precious mineral coltan used in computer and cell phone production. The main character, Yael Azoulay, works for the United Nations as a deal...
  • ‘Witchcraft epidemic’ in the Congo with 50,000 children accused of sorcery
    ‘Witchcraft epidemic’ in the Congo with 50,000 children accused of sorcery
    In the Congo there are about 50,000 children who have been accused of witchcraft and are being held in the regions churches. This shocking discovery was found by Kevani Kanda of the show “Branded a Witch” as she looked into the hidden...
  • "CONGO"  Music By Jerry Goldsmith
    "Congo" Music By Jerry Goldsmith
    "Congo" (Complete Score)Music By Jerry GoldsmithFeaturing Lebo MIntrada Special Collection Vol.22031 Tracks/Disc Time: 62:49 Grade: C+Congo was the 1995 action-adventure film based on the late Michael Crichton's novel which was...
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    Great ape world
    Great apes teach each other. Is that possible? Yes, perfectly possible. Conspecific teaching occurs among great apes (Hominidae). This had been a longstanding question among researchers. Washoe, the first chimpanzee in history to learn sign...