• Congo silverback gorilla

    A majestic Congo silverback gorilla hurls great clumps of mud and grass as he patrols the riverbank at the edge of his territory.

    published: 04 Dec 2009
  • Democratic Republic of Congo Territory - Prayer Baton

    Glimpses of the Democratic Republic of Congo Territory's participation in Boundless…the Whole World Praying before passing on the prayer wave to the Congo Brazzaville Territory - http://www.salvationarmy.org/csld/boundlessprayer

    published: 05 May 2015
  • TRADIEX Tree Project, SEBELE, FIZI Territory, D.R.Congo

    Maintaining a tree nursery, preserving the environment, TRADIEX Project, SEBELE, FIZI Territory, D.R.Congo, July 2009 (Contact: jpamira@yahoo.fr)

    published: 16 Jan 2011
  • DR Congo: Violence in Kasai could amount to crimes under international law

    Violence in the Kasai provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo is of grave concern. The UN Human Rights Office in a report warns that the atrocities, which have seen more than 251 people killed in one territory - the Kamonia territory in Kasai - in a period of four months, could amount to crimes under international law.

    published: 04 Aug 2017
  • TRADIEX Development project, SEBELE, FIZI Territory, D.R.Congo, October 2010

    published: 17 Jan 2011
  • Congo and Africa's World War: Crash Course World History 221

    In which John Green teaches you about the Democratic Republic of the Congo, which used to be Zaire, which used to be The Belgian Congo, which used to be the Congo Free State, which used to be the region surrounding the Congo River Basin in central Africa. So the history of this place is a little convoluted. The history of Congo is central to the history of central Africa, and the Congo Wars embroiled neighboring countries like Uganda and Rwanda. John will talk you through the history of Congo and the region. You can directly support Crash Course at http://www.subbable.com/crashcourse Subscribe for as little as $0 to keep up with everything we're doing. Free is nice, but if you can afford to pay a little every month, it really helps us to continue producing this content. Citation 1: David...

    published: 16 Jan 2015
  • Rwanda has accused the Democratic Republic of Congo of shelling its territory

    Rwanda has accused the Democratic Republic of Congo of shelling its territory and said it would not tolerate such "provocation". The D.R of Congo said the accusation was a sign of Rwanda wanted to intervene openly in its eastern war. Meanwhile, a UN spokesman said though the UN had not observed any firing into Rwanda by the Congolese Army, UN peacekeepers in eastern Congo had witnessed M23 rebels firing into Rwandan territory over the past week.

    published: 31 Aug 2013
  • TRADIEX, Agriculture Project, SEBELE, FIZI, D.R.Congo, October 2010

    Farmers expressing their views about planting rice and cassava, TRADIEX, SEBELE, FIZI Territory, October 2010

    published: 19 Jan 2011
  • CONGO: BRAZZAVILLE: CAPITAL TRANSFORMED INTO A VIRTUAL GHOST TOWN

    French/Nat The once thriving Congolese capital Brazzaville has been transformed into a virtual ghost town following four months of fighting in the country's bitter civil war. Almost all the residents of the city have fled and those that remain are too frightened to venture out. The streets are deserted, but for marauding bands of soldiers. APTV has this special report. The Congolese capital of Brazzaville has been ravaged over the last four months by a bitter civil war. Nearly all the town's civilian population has fled to the countryside or across the river to Kinshasa, in neighbouring Congo. Aid workers say only about 10 percent of the city's 800-thousand residents remain. The streets are now the domain of militia members from both sides. But the capital is hel...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Congo-Kinshasa---From Kinshasa to Kisangani by plane

    Congo is 1/4 of the US territory, a giant in the Heart of Africa. It is home to 60 millions Congolese and a beautiful country of Wonders: vast rain green virgin tropical forest, a large network of rivers, beautiful volcanos and mountains in the East, a growing hospitality system composed of modern hotels, nice music PLEASE subscribe do my channel and share my videos www.congohealth.org Join me on http://www.facebook.com/congohealth

    published: 28 Mar 2011
  • Ghost Villages in DR Congo

    Ghost villages filmed on 27 July along a road in the Beni territory of North Kivu, DR Congo. Please note this video has no audio. Up to 90,000 people have been uprooted from their homes following new military clashes in North Kivu between the Congolese army and the Ugandan rebel group ADF-NALU. Oxfam has begun to dig latrines and provide clean water for the homeless.

    published: 10 Aug 2010
  • TRADIEX Project, SEBELE, FIZI, D.R.Congo

    Bricks production; Women bringing water, TRADIEX Project, SEBELE, FIZI Territory, D.R.Congo

    published: 16 Jan 2011
  • Congo History

    WATCH COMPLETE DOCUMENTARY: http://www.docsonline.tv/documentary/182 If unavailable in your territory, or if you are interested in other license requests (feature movie, television, documentary, commercial...), please contact Java Films: www.javafilms.fr or contact@javafilms.fr Story Congo files shows the current situation of Congo citizens, specifically focused on the conflicts that took place in the region of North-Kivu in the first decade of the 21st century. The documentary deals with a wide range of serious problems in Kivu, such as attacks, rapes, child soldiers and glue-sniffing. An UN peacekeeping force called MONUC is present in the area, though they seem not to be able to control the situation.

    published: 18 Jan 2011
  • DR Congo: Thousands of troops deployed to push out rebels from wildlife park

    DR Congo: Thousands of troops deployed to push out rebels from wildlife park Thousands of soldiers have been deployed to eastern Democratic of Congo to push out rebels from an acclaimed wildlife park. The government says various fighting groups have taken over territory in Virunga and are destroying the environment. Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports from Buramba - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/

    published: 20 Jun 2017
  • Living Dinosaurs of the Congo ♦️ Mokele Mbembe

    The Mokele Mbembe are living dinosaurs of the Congo River. Physical evidence of the sauropod confirms its home territory cuts a swath across the African republic of Congo, which is straddled by the deepest river in the world, with a depth reaching 750 feet. The survivor of the age of dinosaurs was given its name by the locals, more than 250 years ago. As recently as 2012 organized parties have been traveling to Africa to locate and photograph a living dinosaur resembling a Brontosaurus. The Newmac Expedition was funded by Kickstarter in the amount of 29 thousand dollars, and of the contingent of six young men, the oldest member was 28 years old. According to the Florida Sun-Sentinel, a few days after their arrival in the Congo, the party of Americans was swallowed by the jungle, neve...

    published: 16 Nov 2017
  • NECAT (NE Congo Attached Territory) Union Office - July/Aug 2012 mission trip

    This is where we stayed, they took such good care of us. The food was wonderful too!! We are heading back this July/Aug with a medical team.

    published: 14 Feb 2013
  • DR Congo - Civilians welcome army into territory previously held by M23 rebels / Delegation of army

    Civilians welcome army into territory previously held by M23 rebels 915763 AP TELEVISION ++AUDIO AS INCOMING++ Kibumba - 27 October 1. Mid of soldiers from Democratic Republic of Congo military (FARDC) being greeted by civilians as they enter the town of Kibumba after driving out rebels Rumangabo - 28 October 2. Wide of Congolese tank driving into town of Rumangabo 3. Wide of civilians and soldiers walking along street Rutshuru - 28 October 4. Mid of soldier in Rutshuru carrying rocket propelled grenades Delegation of army generals and ministers visit town occupied by M23 rebels 917231 AP TELEVISION Rutshuru - 9 Nov 2013 5. Wide of soldiers marching down a road 6. Wide of a man on a stage waving at the crowd, some cheers can be heard 4:3 Government official co...

    published: 31 Jul 2015
  • Congo Connection

    September 2009 Making mobile phones uses minerals only available from Congo's war zone. Is our appetite for the latest electronic gadgets fuelling exploitation in the Congoeven threatening the survival of central Africas magnificent gorillas? On the inside of many devices like mobile phones and laptops, the mineral, Coltan, has made our gadgets smaller and more complex. In the mineral-rich Congo, armed militia watch over the children digging it from the ground. The government only pretends to help us says one miner, who pays a government official just to work. The Congo is a shifting sands of various militia, the largest of which is the Congolese state itself explains an expert on blood minerals. Yet the miners depend on the little they get from mining to survive. Electronic giants like A...

    published: 21 Sep 2009
  • Bricks production process, TRADIEX Project, SEBELE, FIZI, D.R.Congo

    Farmers producing bricks for the TRADIEX Project, SEBELE, FIZI Territory, D.R.Congo, July 2009 (Contact: jpamira@yahoo.fr)

    published: 17 Jan 2011
  • Getting away with murder in DR Congo

    Subscribe to France 24 now : http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN For more than a year and a half, a series of massacres - which have never been claimed - have been committed in the Beni region in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo. More than 700 people have died in attacks on civilians in the region neighbouring Uganda, according to the United Nations. The Congolese army regularly announces military operations against the Ugandan Islamist rebels of the ADF (Allied Democratic Forces), but the rebels have never been completely expelled from the territory. The ADF has been active in DRC for more than two decades and stands accused of a litany of human rights abuses, as well as being involved with criminal networks fu...

    published: 26 Aug 2016
  • Congo Tag🇨🇩🇨🇩 ft Sapphire Ditende | Dating Congolese Men

    FUNNIEST CONGO TAG EVER with Sapphire Ditende, check it out and let us know what you think! LIKE, COMMENT, SHARE, SUBSCRIBE. LOVE YOU AND GOD BLESS Connect with me Snapchat: samzuu.lukoki Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/SLLabeauteq... twitter: https://www.instagram.com/SLLabeauteq... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Samuella-MUA... Business email: samuellamua@gmail.com Connect with Sapphire Facebook: Sapphire Ditende Instagram & Snapchat: SaphDitende10 https://www.instagram.com/saphditende10/ Twitter: @SapphireDitende https://twitter.com/sapphireditende Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaKpfHbyJn28Gc75mAqvjBA?app=desktop&persist_app=1 Twitter: @Ministry5MT https://twitter.com/5mtministry Instagram: (@Ministry5MT) https://www.instagram.com/ministry5mt/ LNM Sebene: http...

    published: 26 Jan 2017
  • DR Congo crisis: Army repel Rebel Just Outside Goma

    The military says it repelled a rebel Attack on Monday against its positions just outside Goma. There was fierce fighting throughout the day as the two sides engaged each other. Military spokesman Colonel Olivier Hamuli says during the fighting, government troops captured more territory from M23 rebels. As Robert Nagila reports, the government forces are advancing towards the town of Kibumba and are confident of capturing it

    published: 23 Jul 2013
  • NUNUA PARCELLE -BARAKA-FIZI/RD CONGO

    published: 12 Sep 2016
  • [Warning: Graphic]: First and Second Congo War (1996-2006) - Havoc in Zaire

    (Warning: Graphic AP Footage) The First Congo War was a rebellion by the Alliance of Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Congo (AFDL), led by Laurent-Désiré Kabila and backed by the governments of Angola, Burundi, Rwanda and Uganda against the Zairian president and longtime dictator Mobutu Sese Seko. The armed struggle against Mobutu was a revolution and an invasion at the same time. Its revolutionary character stems from the involvement of two Congolese movements that were fighting a ‘war of liberation’: a group of Tutsi from South Kivu (Banyamulenge), who took up arms after years of ethnic discrimination, and a heterogeneous rebel alliance (AFDL), which barely commanded any troops at first but emerged as a stalking horse for the Rwandan invasion. The First Congo War was likewise an ...

    published: 17 Jun 2017
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Congo silverback gorilla

Congo silverback gorilla

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A majestic Congo silverback gorilla hurls great clumps of mud and grass as he patrols the riverbank at the edge of his territory.
https://wn.com/Congo_Silverback_Gorilla
Democratic Republic of Congo Territory - Prayer Baton

Democratic Republic of Congo Territory - Prayer Baton

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  • Updated: 05 May 2015
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Glimpses of the Democratic Republic of Congo Territory's participation in Boundless…the Whole World Praying before passing on the prayer wave to the Congo Brazzaville Territory - http://www.salvationarmy.org/csld/boundlessprayer
https://wn.com/Democratic_Republic_Of_Congo_Territory_Prayer_Baton
TRADIEX Tree Project, SEBELE, FIZI Territory, D.R.Congo

TRADIEX Tree Project, SEBELE, FIZI Territory, D.R.Congo

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  • Updated: 16 Jan 2011
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Maintaining a tree nursery, preserving the environment, TRADIEX Project, SEBELE, FIZI Territory, D.R.Congo, July 2009 (Contact: jpamira@yahoo.fr)
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DR Congo: Violence in Kasai could amount to crimes under international law

DR Congo: Violence in Kasai could amount to crimes under international law

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  • Updated: 04 Aug 2017
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Violence in the Kasai provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo is of grave concern. The UN Human Rights Office in a report warns that the atrocities, which have seen more than 251 people killed in one territory - the Kamonia territory in Kasai - in a period of four months, could amount to crimes under international law.
https://wn.com/Dr_Congo_Violence_In_Kasai_Could_Amount_To_Crimes_Under_International_Law
TRADIEX Development project, SEBELE, FIZI Territory, D.R.Congo, October 2010

TRADIEX Development project, SEBELE, FIZI Territory, D.R.Congo, October 2010

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  • Updated: 17 Jan 2011
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Congo and Africa's World War: Crash Course World History 221

Congo and Africa's World War: Crash Course World History 221

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  • Updated: 16 Jan 2015
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In which John Green teaches you about the Democratic Republic of the Congo, which used to be Zaire, which used to be The Belgian Congo, which used to be the Congo Free State, which used to be the region surrounding the Congo River Basin in central Africa. So the history of this place is a little convoluted. The history of Congo is central to the history of central Africa, and the Congo Wars embroiled neighboring countries like Uganda and Rwanda. John will talk you through the history of Congo and the region. You can directly support Crash Course at http://www.subbable.com/crashcourse Subscribe for as little as $0 to keep up with everything we're doing. Free is nice, but if you can afford to pay a little every month, it really helps us to continue producing this content. Citation 1: David van Reybrouck, Congo: The Epic History of a People. Trans. Sam Garrett. Harper Collins. 2014. Citation 2: van Reybrouck. p 468
https://wn.com/Congo_And_Africa's_World_War_Crash_Course_World_History_221
Rwanda has accused the Democratic Republic of Congo of shelling its territory

Rwanda has accused the Democratic Republic of Congo of shelling its territory

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Rwanda has accused the Democratic Republic of Congo of shelling its territory and said it would not tolerate such "provocation". The D.R of Congo said the accusation was a sign of Rwanda wanted to intervene openly in its eastern war. Meanwhile, a UN spokesman said though the UN had not observed any firing into Rwanda by the Congolese Army, UN peacekeepers in eastern Congo had witnessed M23 rebels firing into Rwandan territory over the past week.
https://wn.com/Rwanda_Has_Accused_The_Democratic_Republic_Of_Congo_Of_Shelling_Its_Territory
TRADIEX, Agriculture Project, SEBELE, FIZI, D.R.Congo, October 2010

TRADIEX, Agriculture Project, SEBELE, FIZI, D.R.Congo, October 2010

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  • Updated: 19 Jan 2011
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Farmers expressing their views about planting rice and cassava, TRADIEX, SEBELE, FIZI Territory, October 2010
https://wn.com/Tradiex,_Agriculture_Project,_Sebele,_Fizi,_D.R.Congo,_October_2010
CONGO: BRAZZAVILLE: CAPITAL TRANSFORMED INTO A VIRTUAL GHOST TOWN

CONGO: BRAZZAVILLE: CAPITAL TRANSFORMED INTO A VIRTUAL GHOST TOWN

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French/Nat The once thriving Congolese capital Brazzaville has been transformed into a virtual ghost town following four months of fighting in the country's bitter civil war. Almost all the residents of the city have fled and those that remain are too frightened to venture out. The streets are deserted, but for marauding bands of soldiers. APTV has this special report. The Congolese capital of Brazzaville has been ravaged over the last four months by a bitter civil war. Nearly all the town's civilian population has fled to the countryside or across the river to Kinshasa, in neighbouring Congo. Aid workers say only about 10 percent of the city's 800-thousand residents remain. The streets are now the domain of militia members from both sides. But the capital is held by rebel soldiers loyal to ex-president Sassou Nguesso. His rebel troops are known as the Cobras. For them, this is a war with few trained soldiers, little discipline and scarcely any vehicles. In Cobra-held territory electricity and telephones are nearly non-existant and fuel is in short supply. But the Cobras say they will continue fighting to protect what is important to them despite their poor equipment. SOUNDBITE:(French) "We are not fighting because we like it or for personal reasons of finance or anything else. The reason we are fighting is the protection of our families". SUPER CAPTION: Cobra Fighter The badly armed fighters have managed to hold at bay the better supplied troops of President Pascal Lissouba and have captured three quarters of the country, as well as holding their positions in the capital. Gunfire echoes regularly around the wreckage of the town, and the few people living there, the Cobras included, live in fear of Lissouba's helicopters, which have recently begun dropping heavy bombs. Outside the compound of former president Sassou Nguesso is a reminder of the origins of the war. This armoured personnel carrier was sent by President Lissouba to kill Sassou Nguesso in a move which sparked the conflict. The former president left Brazzaville when the fighting got too close for comfort. But his troops remain, patrolling the streets and manning checkpoints, their bravery fuelled by beer and their AK-47s, the only commodities they seem to have enough of. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c2c79457e9cb6595faa8dead82fdbb52 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Congo-Kinshasa---From Kinshasa to Kisangani by plane

Congo-Kinshasa---From Kinshasa to Kisangani by plane

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  • Duration: 10:49
  • Updated: 28 Mar 2011
  • views: 9869
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Congo is 1/4 of the US territory, a giant in the Heart of Africa. It is home to 60 millions Congolese and a beautiful country of Wonders: vast rain green virgin tropical forest, a large network of rivers, beautiful volcanos and mountains in the East, a growing hospitality system composed of modern hotels, nice music PLEASE subscribe do my channel and share my videos www.congohealth.org Join me on http://www.facebook.com/congohealth
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Ghost Villages in DR Congo

Ghost Villages in DR Congo

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Ghost villages filmed on 27 July along a road in the Beni territory of North Kivu, DR Congo. Please note this video has no audio. Up to 90,000 people have been uprooted from their homes following new military clashes in North Kivu between the Congolese army and the Ugandan rebel group ADF-NALU. Oxfam has begun to dig latrines and provide clean water for the homeless.
https://wn.com/Ghost_Villages_In_Dr_Congo
TRADIEX Project, SEBELE, FIZI, D.R.Congo

TRADIEX Project, SEBELE, FIZI, D.R.Congo

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Bricks production; Women bringing water, TRADIEX Project, SEBELE, FIZI Territory, D.R.Congo
https://wn.com/Tradiex_Project,_Sebele,_Fizi,_D.R.Congo
Congo History

Congo History

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WATCH COMPLETE DOCUMENTARY: http://www.docsonline.tv/documentary/182 If unavailable in your territory, or if you are interested in other license requests (feature movie, television, documentary, commercial...), please contact Java Films: www.javafilms.fr or contact@javafilms.fr Story Congo files shows the current situation of Congo citizens, specifically focused on the conflicts that took place in the region of North-Kivu in the first decade of the 21st century. The documentary deals with a wide range of serious problems in Kivu, such as attacks, rapes, child soldiers and glue-sniffing. An UN peacekeeping force called MONUC is present in the area, though they seem not to be able to control the situation.
https://wn.com/Congo_History
DR Congo: Thousands of troops deployed to push out rebels from wildlife park

DR Congo: Thousands of troops deployed to push out rebels from wildlife park

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  • Updated: 20 Jun 2017
  • views: 9988
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DR Congo: Thousands of troops deployed to push out rebels from wildlife park Thousands of soldiers have been deployed to eastern Democratic of Congo to push out rebels from an acclaimed wildlife park. The government says various fighting groups have taken over territory in Virunga and are destroying the environment. Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports from Buramba - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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Living Dinosaurs of the Congo ♦️ Mokele Mbembe

Living Dinosaurs of the Congo ♦️ Mokele Mbembe

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The Mokele Mbembe are living dinosaurs of the Congo River. Physical evidence of the sauropod confirms its home territory cuts a swath across the African republic of Congo, which is straddled by the deepest river in the world, with a depth reaching 750 feet. The survivor of the age of dinosaurs was given its name by the locals, more than 250 years ago. As recently as 2012 organized parties have been traveling to Africa to locate and photograph a living dinosaur resembling a Brontosaurus. The Newmac Expedition was funded by Kickstarter in the amount of 29 thousand dollars, and of the contingent of six young men, the oldest member was 28 years old. According to the Florida Sun-Sentinel, a few days after their arrival in the Congo, the party of Americans was swallowed by the jungle, never to return. For hundreds of years tales of the gargantuan Mokele Mbembe have been passed from one generation to the next, by the local Bantu people. The name of the creature translates as, "one who stops the flow of the river". The Bantu describe it as forty feet in length, with a long neck and a large pot-belly. Although it is a herbivore and eats only foliage, it is very territorial and will gladly fight any hippopotamus or rhinocerous caught trespassing on its feeding grounds. Sightings of the sauropod by Europeans begin in 1776, when a French missionary to the region, Levi Bonaventure, stumbled upon the gigantic footprints that are characteristic of Mokele Mbembe, which are three feet in diameter... not including the impression of its claws. The beast was notorious for killing hippopotami, and it lived in caves along the river Congo. The German surveyor of Cameroon, Freiherr von Stein, wrote an account in 1913 of an animal larger than an elephant with smooth gray skin, a protracted flexible neck and a long, muscular tail, like the tail of an alligator. If a canoe approached it too nearly, the Mokele Mbembe would attack the vessel, drowning the crew... but it would not eat the bodies. Its diet was entirely vegetable. In 1932 Cryptozoologist Ivan T. Sanderson and his African guides found tracks along one bank of the Congo River, consisting of a large footprint with three claws. They heard a bellowing roar from a nearby swamp, with more volume than the trumpet of an elephant. This was followed by the sharp report of a firearm in the distance, which Sanderson believed to be from another party, hunting big game. Then they heard a sound like a moving train, crashing through the brush. The beast erupted from the jungle some distance downriver, and fell into the water. Its head alone, was as big as a hippopotamus. The water swallowed it whole. In Sanderson's opinion, the creature had been wounded. The Nugent expedition of 1985 interviewed local inhabitants, who were shown pictures of animal life, both modern and prehistoric. In reponse to the question, what does the Mokele Mbembe look like, they invariably identified the same image, a picture of a Brontosaurus. The expedition leader Rory Nugent spotted an anomaly moving down the middle of the river. He ran to launch his boat but was prevented from leaving shore. The locals ordered him at gunpoint not to go near the behemoth. The Congolese told him, "You may not approach, but if it so chooses, it may approach you." There is physical evidence associated with the hunt for Mokele Mbembe. The Regusters expedition of '81 returned with sound recordings of a "low windy roar increasing to a deep throated blast". In '92 members of a Japanese documentary crew were filming B-roll aerial footage from a small plane, when the camera person captured an object creating a considerable wake in the slowly moving waters below. She filmed for 15 seconds before the thing submerged. In 2006 the Milt Marcy Expedition returned from Cameroon with a plaster cast of a Mokèlé-mbèmbé footprint, and in 2009 a History Channel team found the empty lair of the monster in one bend of the Congo River, an underground cave with air vents. The team also recorded sonar readings of a very long, very large serpentine shape, underwater. living ,living of the congo, ,-,living ,sauropod,congo , caught on camera, caught on tape, documentary,real ,sauropods,cryptozoology,monsters,monsterquest, documentary films, documentaries, films, hunt, hunter,dino hunter, jurassic park License links may all be found at https://creativecommons.org
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NECAT (NE Congo Attached Territory) Union Office - July/Aug 2012 mission trip

NECAT (NE Congo Attached Territory) Union Office - July/Aug 2012 mission trip

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This is where we stayed, they took such good care of us. The food was wonderful too!! We are heading back this July/Aug with a medical team.
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DR Congo - Civilians welcome army into territory previously held by M23 rebels / Delegation of army

DR Congo - Civilians welcome army into territory previously held by M23 rebels / Delegation of army

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Civilians welcome army into territory previously held by M23 rebels 915763 AP TELEVISION ++AUDIO AS INCOMING++ Kibumba - 27 October 1. Mid of soldiers from Democratic Republic of Congo military (FARDC) being greeted by civilians as they enter the town of Kibumba after driving out rebels Rumangabo - 28 October 2. Wide of Congolese tank driving into town of Rumangabo 3. Wide of civilians and soldiers walking along street Rutshuru - 28 October 4. Mid of soldier in Rutshuru carrying rocket propelled grenades Delegation of army generals and ministers visit town occupied by M23 rebels 917231 AP TELEVISION Rutshuru - 9 Nov 2013 5. Wide of soldiers marching down a road 6. Wide of a man on a stage waving at the crowd, some cheers can be heard 4:3 Government official confirms army repelled armed assailants in capital 924520 AP TELEVISION FILE - Kinshasa, 23 August 2006 7. Street scene FILE - Kinshasa, 20 January 2001 8. Exterior People's Palace Troops in action as they repel armed assailants in capital GRAPHIC 924538 AP TELEVISION Kinshasa - 30 Dec 2013 ++PLEASE NOTE ITEM CONTAINS SHOT OF DEAD BODIES++ 9. Wide of helmeted troops getting out of jeep near petrol station 10. Mid of military police officers (red berets) and regular police officer (in blue) taking defence positions, not far from petrol station 11. Wide of security forces by bodies of suspected assailants killed in battle ++GRAPHIC++ STORYLINE: On October 28th 2013 the army of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) had succeeded in taking back M23 rebel-held towns, in what appears to be a turning point in the conflict. The civilian population, which reportedly suffered grave abuses under the rebels, poured into the streets to welcome the soldiers, running alongside their tanks. Over the weekend, Congolese soldiers took back Kiwanja, Rutshuru, Buhumba and Kibumba in the eastern region of the DRC. The soldiers faced little to no resistance. Of the five Rumangabo is the most important militarily as it is home to one of the largest military camps in the DRC's troubled east. The Congolese army abandoned their posts in the eastern DRC and fled in the face of an advancing rebel army just over a year ago. The M23 rebels are one of many military factions fighting for control in the country's volatile east. At first ignored, the M23 rebels were buoyed by what a United Nations panel of experts tasked with investigating the conflict said were arms, money and troops from neighbouring Rwanda, the DRC's smaller but militarily powerful neighbour. Fighting between the two sides has flared and ebbed throughout the past year, each time ending with stalled peace talks hosted in Kampala, the capital of neighbouring Uganda. *** A delegation of politicians and generals visited the northern town of Rutshuru in the Democratic Republic of Congo on November 9th to show the government had wrested back control from M23 rebel fighters. Rutshuru, 60 kilometres (37 miles) from the capital Goma, was controlled by the M23 from April 2012 until last week when they were driven out by a quick national army advance with logistical and fire-support from the United Nations. After soldiers marched into the town on Saturday, people gathered together outside and were told to stay calm, not to attack former collaborators of the M23 rebels, but to help authorities seek out those responsible for crimes during the occupation. Later people sang and played music and there was beer available, but the generals had a serious message to convey, issuing a warning to armed groups that they would not be tolerated. *** He said around 40 people were killed in the exchange of fire, including 16 at the military base, 16 at the airport and eight at the TV station. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5e09c94805f8417c9fdf95f25dec1b66 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Congo Connection

Congo Connection

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September 2009 Making mobile phones uses minerals only available from Congo's war zone. Is our appetite for the latest electronic gadgets fuelling exploitation in the Congoeven threatening the survival of central Africas magnificent gorillas? On the inside of many devices like mobile phones and laptops, the mineral, Coltan, has made our gadgets smaller and more complex. In the mineral-rich Congo, armed militia watch over the children digging it from the ground. The government only pretends to help us says one miner, who pays a government official just to work. The Congo is a shifting sands of various militia, the largest of which is the Congolese state itself explains an expert on blood minerals. Yet the miners depend on the little they get from mining to survive. Electronic giants like Apple now claim they will no longer use Coltan from this area but experts are convinced the militias will smuggle it onto the market regardless. For local miners, the move away from African minerals is just another way of penalising Africans. Coltan fuels a conflict, which has seen national parks become war zones, gorillas killed for meat and hundreds of houses set on fire in turf wars over mineral territory. Yet it also feeds 400,000 petty traders. Why did it take a mobile phone to make us appreciate the injustice in the Congo? Produced by ABC Australia, distributed by Journeyman Pictures
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Bricks production process, TRADIEX Project, SEBELE, FIZI, D.R.Congo

Bricks production process, TRADIEX Project, SEBELE, FIZI, D.R.Congo

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Farmers producing bricks for the TRADIEX Project, SEBELE, FIZI Territory, D.R.Congo, July 2009 (Contact: jpamira@yahoo.fr)
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Getting away with murder in DR Congo

Getting away with murder in DR Congo

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Subscribe to France 24 now : http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN For more than a year and a half, a series of massacres - which have never been claimed - have been committed in the Beni region in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo. More than 700 people have died in attacks on civilians in the region neighbouring Uganda, according to the United Nations. The Congolese army regularly announces military operations against the Ugandan Islamist rebels of the ADF (Allied Democratic Forces), but the rebels have never been completely expelled from the territory. The ADF has been active in DRC for more than two decades and stands accused of a litany of human rights abuses, as well as being involved with criminal networks funded by kidnappings and smuggling. The Congolese army is also supported by 3,000 MONUSCO troops, the UN's largest mission in the world. Our reporters went to investigate these brutal mass killings in eastern DR Congo. Our team looked at what is preventing the armed forces from protecting Beni’s citizens. Is there collusion between the Congolese army and the rebels? Why have UN forces failed in their mission to protect civilians? Warning – graphic content in this video. Visit our website : http://www.france24.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel : http://f24.my/youtubeEN Like us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/FRANCE24.English Follow us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/France24_en
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Congo Tag🇨🇩🇨🇩 ft Sapphire Ditende | Dating Congolese Men

Congo Tag🇨🇩🇨🇩 ft Sapphire Ditende | Dating Congolese Men

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FUNNIEST CONGO TAG EVER with Sapphire Ditende, check it out and let us know what you think! LIKE, COMMENT, SHARE, SUBSCRIBE. LOVE YOU AND GOD BLESS Connect with me Snapchat: samzuu.lukoki Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/SLLabeauteq... twitter: https://www.instagram.com/SLLabeauteq... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Samuella-MUA... Business email: samuellamua@gmail.com Connect with Sapphire Facebook: Sapphire Ditende Instagram & Snapchat: SaphDitende10 https://www.instagram.com/saphditende10/ Twitter: @SapphireDitende https://twitter.com/sapphireditende Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaKpfHbyJn28Gc75mAqvjBA?app=desktop&persist_app=1 Twitter: @Ministry5MT https://twitter.com/5mtministry Instagram: (@Ministry5MT) https://www.instagram.com/ministry5mt/ LNM Sebene: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5Z49mojSOc 13:13minutes Funny Video of interview car accident in Congo - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFNO04kBKFc 23:32 - Deborah Lukalu - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_Sw-GIe-YU moise mbiye - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBQXWr3j_NOHO0agoY3bURw Song we're dancing to at the end: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y48WSyOZaAc I DO NOT OWN THE MUSIC
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DR Congo crisis: Army repel Rebel Just Outside Goma

DR Congo crisis: Army repel Rebel Just Outside Goma

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The military says it repelled a rebel Attack on Monday against its positions just outside Goma. There was fierce fighting throughout the day as the two sides engaged each other. Military spokesman Colonel Olivier Hamuli says during the fighting, government troops captured more territory from M23 rebels. As Robert Nagila reports, the government forces are advancing towards the town of Kibumba and are confident of capturing it
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NUNUA PARCELLE -BARAKA-FIZI/RD CONGO

NUNUA PARCELLE -BARAKA-FIZI/RD CONGO

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[Warning: Graphic]: First and Second Congo War (1996-2006) - Havoc in Zaire

[Warning: Graphic]: First and Second Congo War (1996-2006) - Havoc in Zaire

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(Warning: Graphic AP Footage) The First Congo War was a rebellion by the Alliance of Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Congo (AFDL), led by Laurent-Désiré Kabila and backed by the governments of Angola, Burundi, Rwanda and Uganda against the Zairian president and longtime dictator Mobutu Sese Seko. The armed struggle against Mobutu was a revolution and an invasion at the same time. Its revolutionary character stems from the involvement of two Congolese movements that were fighting a ‘war of liberation’: a group of Tutsi from South Kivu (Banyamulenge), who took up arms after years of ethnic discrimination, and a heterogeneous rebel alliance (AFDL), which barely commanded any troops at first but emerged as a stalking horse for the Rwandan invasion. The First Congo War was likewise an invasion to the extent that several neighboring countries invaded Zaire, each for their own reason. The anti-Mobutu war was directly linked to the Rwandan genocide in 1994. After the Rwandan Tutsi rebels, the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF), had seized power in Kigali, hundreds of thousands of Rwandan Hutu fled into neighboring Zaire. Among them were the perpetrators of the genocide: former Rwandan government soldiers (ex-Forces Armées Rwandaises/ex-FAR) and extremist Hutu militias (‘Interahamwe’). They soon established control over the refugee camps in Zaire and used them as rear bases to launch raids into Rwanda. Apart from the Rwandan ex-FAR/Interahamwe militias, Ugandan, Burundian and Angolan rebels also operated from Congolese soil, posing a threat to their respective governments. Due to the advanced disintegration of the Zairian state, Mobutu barely held physical control over the eastern provinces. He did not merely tolerate and support the presence of these rebel groups, he was unable to disarm them and to control the borders. In light of this, neighboring countries sought to moderate the security threat by supporting Congolese rebels in their armed struggle to oust Mobutu. The rebellion by Tutsi in the Kivu provinces was likewise influenced by the repercussions of the Rwandan genocide; first and foremost, however, it resulted from Mobutu’s discriminatory policies. Prior to the war, the Tutsi population in the eastern Kivu provinces faced increased repression, being deprived of citizenship in April 1995 and finally called upon to leave the country in early October 1996. When anti-Tutsi violence by ex-FAR/Interahamwe, soldiers from Mobutu’s army, the ‘Forces Armées Zaïroises’ (FAZ), and local Hutu intensified, the Tutsi in South Kivu revolted. Along with soldiers from the Rwandan government forces, the Rwandan Patriotic Army (RPA), they launched attacks against the refugee camps to dismantle the ex-FAR/Interahamwe militias. On 18 October 1996, the AFDL emerged as an official rebel movement in Lemera (South Kivu) and Kabila became the spokesman for the rebels, becoming their military leader in early 1997. The rebel movement was an alliance composed of four political parties, solely united in their goal of overthrowing Mobutu. In the course of the rebellion, Congolese Mayi-Mayi militias and thousands of young child soldiers (‘Kadogos’) joined the rebels. In early 1997, warriors returning from Angolan exile, the so-called Katangan Tigers, fought alongside the rebel forces. Their sole common denominator was the aim to topple Mobutu. Whereas the Tutsi’s objective had at first been to dismantle and annihilate the ex-FAR/Interahamwe in the refugee camps, the AFDL aimed to overthrow Mobutu in order to assume power in Kinshasa. Thus, the whole country is considered the disputed territory. There is strong evidence of systematic killings of Hutu refugees (civilians and ex-FAR/Interahamwe) by the AFDL and RPA. Various sources estimate the total number of Hutu refugees killed during the rebellion to be between 60,000 and 300,000. Kisangani (provides the most detailed calculation, concluding that 233,000 people were killed in the massacres alone. Ultimately, nine African countries and around twenty armed groups became involved in the war. By 2008, the war and its aftermath had caused approximately 5 million deaths, principally through disease and starvation, making the Second Congo War the deadliest conflict worldwide since World War.
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