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RDC | Africatime

A Congolese humanitarian worker, kidnapped at the weekend in the troubled east of DR Congo by an armed group that killed two of his colleagues, has

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Quantifying forest cover loss in Democratic Republic of

Quantifying forest cover loss in Democratic Republic of the Congo, 2000–2010, with Landsat ETM + data

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THE MINERALS OF THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO

THE MINERALS OF THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO. The history of the congolese mineralogy. Exhibitions of congolese minerals in Belgium. Minerals described for the first time in Congo

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Belgian Congo | Kat's Africa

"Nearly all the tribes in the Congo Basin either are or have been cannibals; and among some of them the practice is on the increase. Races who until lately do not seem to have been cannibals, though situated in a country surrounded by cannibal races, have, from increased intercourse with their neighbors, learned to eat human flesh.

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The Butcher of Congo: King Leopold II of Belgium. -

King Leopold II of Belgium was responsible for the deaths and mutilation of 10 million Congolese Africans during the late 1800's. The spoils of modern day Belgium owes much to the people of the Congo River Basin.

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2040 Future Timeline | Timeline | Technology |

2040 . India's economy is rivalling that of China and the U.S. By 2040, rapid economic growth has enabled India to catch up with China and the U.S.

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Wholesale Gemstones Beads & Raw Rough Diamonds

Browse unique items from gemsforjewels on Etsy, a global marketplace of handmade, vintage and creative goods.

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Designer Jewelry for Women and Men | David Yurman

Explore our iconic jewelry designs and new collections at the official David Yurman online boutique. Browse a variety of jewelry designs for Women and Men.

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Use and misuse of Mg- and Mn-rich ilmenite in diamond

Use and misuse of Mg- and Mn-rich ilmenite in diamond exploration: A petrographic and trace element approach

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AFRICAN ETHNOGRAPHIC MONEY - coincoin.com

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Why King Leopold II Should Be Remembered Alongside

King Leopold II ruled over the Congo and created a horror show that had a body count on par with Hitler's, so why haven't more people heard of him?

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The return of the bloody diamonds: Miners at gunpoint

The return of the bloody diamonds: Miners at gunpoint in Zimbabwe. In a remote corner of Zimbabwe, the true worth of a vast new diamond field emerges.

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Scramble for Africa: How the African continent became

The Scramble for Africa, also known as the Race for Africa or Partition of Africa was a process of invasion, occupation, colonization and annexation of African territory by European powers during the New Imperialism period, between 1881 and World War I in 1914. As a result of the

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Scramble for Africa - nuttyhistory.com

Liberia and Ethiopia were the only two African countries that managed to remain independent during the "Scramble for Africa". Liberia because it was a U.S. "creation

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Designer Jewelry for Women and Men | David Yurman

Explore our iconic jewelry designs and new collections at the official David Yurman online boutique. Browse a variety of jewelry designs for Women and Men.

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Democratic Republic of the Congo - Wikipedia

The Democratic Republic of the Congo is named after the Congo River, which flows through the entire country.The Congo River is the world's deepest river and the world's second largest river by discharge.

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The Butcher of Congo: King Leopold II of Belgium. |

The Butcher of Congo: King Leopold II of Belgium. King Leopold II of Belgium was responsible for the deaths and mutilation of 10 million Congolese Africans during the

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Diamond - Wikipedia

Diamond-bearing rock is carried from the mantle to the Earth's surface by deep-origin volcanic eruptions. The magma for such a volcano must originate at a depth where diamonds can be formed —150 km (93 mi) or more (three times or more the depth of source magma for most volcanoes).

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Quantifying forest cover loss in Democratic Republic of

Quantifying forest cover loss in Democratic Republic of the Congo, 2000–2010, with Landsat ETM + data

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Democratic Republic of the Congo « World Without

Since 1996, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC; Congo) has been embroiled in violence that has killed as many as 6 million people. The conflict has been the world's bloodiest since World War II.

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What Are Conflict Minerals? | Source Intelligence

Conflict Minerals refer to raw materials (3TG) that come from a particular part of the world determined by governing bodies, to be financing conflict...

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The return of the bloody diamonds: Miners at gunpoint

The return of the bloody diamonds: Miners at gunpoint in Zimbabwe. In a remote corner of Zimbabwe, the true worth of a vast new diamond field emerges.

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The Butcher of Congo: King Leopold II of Belgium. -

King Leopold II of Belgium was responsible for the deaths and mutilation of 10 million Congolese Africans during the late 1800's. The spoils of modern day Belgium owes much to the people of the Congo River Basin.

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RDC | Africatime

A Congolese humanitarian worker, kidnapped at the weekend in the troubled east of DR Congo by an armed group that killed two of his colleagues, has

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A Brief History of DRC | Technology, Minerals and War

Democratic Republic of Congo The DRC, formerly known as Zaire, is Africa's third largest country, covering nearly one million square miles, with a thin sliver extending to the coast and Atlantic Ocean.

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