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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.

The Democratic Republic of Congo — Global Issues

This part of the globalissues.org web site looks at the conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Media coverage is poor and yet there have been millions of refugees and over five million killed since the war began around August 1998.

List of companies of the Democratic Republic of the Congo ...

The Democratic Republic of the Congo is a country located in the African Great Lakes region of Central Africa.It is the second largest country in Africa by area and the eleventh largest in the world.

Children mining cobalt in Democratic Republic of …

A CBS News investigation has found child labor being used in the dangerous mining of cobalt in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The mineral cobalt is used in virtually all batteries in common devices, including cellphones, laptops and even electric vehicles. A report by Amnesty International first ...

Democratic Republic of the Congo - Country Profile ...

Democratic Republic of the Congo facts: Official web sites of Democratic Republic of the Congo, links and information on Democratic Republic of the Congo's art, culture, geography, history, travel and tourism, cities, the capital city, airlines, embassies, tourist boards and newspapers.

Democratic Republic of the Congo | Culture, History ...

Democratic Republic of the Congo: Geography and history of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, with maps, statistics, and a …

Democratic Republic of Congo | World Resources Institute

Report. Atlas Forestier Interactif de la République Démocratique du Congo (2010) Forests and the Democratic Republic Of Congo: Opportunity in a Time of Crisis (1998)

Culture of Democratic Republic of the Congo - history ...

Culture of Democratic Republic of the Congo - history, people, clothing, women, beliefs, food, customs, family, social Bo-Co

Democratic Republic of the Congo - History | Britannica

Democratic Republic of the Congo - History: The country that began as a king’s private domain (the Congo Free State), evolved into a colony (the Belgian Congo), became independent in 1960 (as the Republic of the Congo), and later underwent several name changes (to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, then to Zaire, and back again to …

DR Congo signs new mining law despite companies ...

The Democratic Republic of Congo has moved to increase taxes on mining firms and increase government royalties from the industry despite fierce opposition from international mining companies. President Joseph Kabila signed a new mining code into law on Friday. The country is Africa's biggest ...

Democratic Republic of Congo Overview - worldbank.org

World Bank Group Engagement in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The Bank re-engaged in the DRC in 2001 after nearly a decade of suspension of its activities.

Cobalt mining in Congo: Child labor still rife

The clean energy revolution hinges on the Democratic Republic of Congo — where conflict, corruption, and child labor are rife

The Crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo

More ICRtoP Resources on the DRC... Blog: An Indispensable Protection Tool? Assessing the Force Intervention Brigade in the DRC. Crisis in the Democratic Republic of …

The Economist Intelligence Unit

In brief. The regime's efforts to prolong the reign of the current president, Joseph Kabila, a weakening opposition, as well as increasing rebel activity deepens the political crisis and threatens overall political stability.

The Economist Intelligence Unit

In brief. The regime's efforts to prolong the reign of the current president, Joseph Kabila, a weakening opposition, as well as increasing rebel activity deepens the political crisis and threatens overall political stability.

Alphamin

Alphamin has the expertise, resolve and determination to build a lucrative industrial tin mining operation in North Kivu – rising to the challenge and adding value

The Economist Intelligence Unit

In brief. The regime's efforts to prolong the reign of the current president, Joseph Kabila, a weakening opposition, as well as increasing rebel activity deepens the political crisis and threatens overall political stability.

Alphamin

Alphamin has the expertise, resolve and determination to build a lucrative industrial tin mining operation in North Kivu – rising to the challenge and adding value