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A former British intelligence officer claimed that Britain played a role in the assassination of Congolese independence hero Patrice Lumumba, one of her friends has told the British media...The claim will spark surprise because the former colonial
The Congo in 1960 – one by one, the former colonies were dropping like flies.Click on the link here for Audio Player:
Suggested Topics Atop his cherry-red brogues, orange plus-fours end in scarlet knee-bands. The lime-green jacket carries sky-blue piping, with the ensemble finished off by a bow-tie of deepest azure. A Bertie Wooster of equatorial Africa, as dressed
African grocers, dozens of hairdressers, and music and video stores line the streets of Matonge in Brussels. There is a Matonge in the Democratic Republic of Congo's capital Kinshasa too...Congolese here blame Rwanda for perpetuating the war in
Though triggered by a combination of recent events, the pre-colonial, colonial and post-colonial history of the Kivus sets the stage on which they take shape. Understanding is not justification: beware the instrumentalisation of history by ideologues.
October 2012 Kinshasa Caretaker President Moncef Marzouki went on Sunday morning, escorted by Congolese Prime Minister Matata Ponyo, to the house of African leader Patrice Lumumba to meet his widow and son. The latter said, in a statement to TAP news
Talking of justice in this world and as far as Africa is concerned or Rwanda in particular according to the words of Paul Kagame himself, it's not possible to tell whether what is applied is justice or politics you cannot easily see the dividing line.
Mubenga, president of the Evangelical Mennonite Church in the Congo, will speak during the 100-year celebration of Africa Inter-Mennonite Mission at Bethel Mennonite Church, which is located just south of Inman on the Buhler/Haven Road...The bond was
Hulton Archives/Getty Images As a young boy, I was taken to see the obelisk that stands on Banna Strand, Kerry. This monument marks the landing place from a German submarine on Good Friday 1916 of the Irish patriot Sir Roger Casement. In the runup to
Tamar Myers has a dog that never barks, an imagination that never quits, a sense of humor that never lets her take herself too seriously, and a bank of memories that never seems to run dry. Her pink complexion makes her the palest African-American