“Emanuel” by Daniel Kashala

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[Today in History] February 26th

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1884 – British & Portuguese treaty signed in Congo by Leopold II

1885 – Congress of Berlin gives Congo to Belgium & Nigeria to Great Britain

“Plus vivant” by Lokua Kanza

Title: Plus vivant
Artiste: Lokua Kanza
Album: Plus vivant
Year: 2005

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[Today in History] February 16th

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CONGO

1992 – “La marche pacifique des chrétiens” (The pacific march of the Christians), dozens of thousands of people requesting the National Conference to resume, is repressed in blood. The government sends the army and dozens of people are killed.

[Today in History] February 15th

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CONGO

1970 – Nationalists disrupt UN session on Congo
1978 – Zaire revises constitution

“Mushintuluji ya myanda” by Nana Lukezo

Title: Mushintuluji ya myanda
Artiste: Nana Lukezo
Album: Le chant de mon coeur
Year: 2007

[Today in History] February 13th

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CONGO

1651 – Flemish missionary Joris van Geel departs to Congo

DEATHS

2014 – Jean Baptiste Emeneya Mubiala Kwamambu aka King Kester Emeneya dies at age 57 in Paris, France

[Today in History] February 12th

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CONGO

1925 – E Thieffry departs with Handley Page for the Belgian Congo

BIRTHDAYS

1963 – Alphonse Ngoyi Kasanji, governor of Western Kasayi, is born in Ngandajika, West Kasayi

[Today in History] February 11th

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1961 – Patrice Lumumba, 1st premier Congo, murdered at 34

[Today in History] February 10th

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1879 – Henry Morton Stanley departs for the Congo

[Today in History] February 9th

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CONGO

1961 – Joseph Ileo appointed premier of Congo

“Who Am I?” by Boddhi Satva

Title: Who Am I? (Ndombolo version)
Artist: Boddhi Satva
Year: 2010

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[Today in History] February 4th

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1980 – Gary Senga Kikaya, recordman of Africa for T&A 400m (44’10”), is born in Kinshasa.

Quarter Final 1. DR Congo v Congo

Africa Cup of Nations

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Knockout football is here, the business end of the competition started with an African derby, adding spice to am already huge match. Neighbouring Congo and DR Congo faced off in the Estadio de Bata for a place in the semi-finals. With both teams undefeated in the group stages, it promised to be a tense affair in front of another capacity crowd in Bata.

Tense would be one word to describe the opening half but other words would be far more negative as the crowd were treated to a low quality first forty five minutes. Both sides were more than happy to keep possession in their own halves, opposition offering little in the way of pressure it seemed both sides were happy for the game to go to a penalty shoot-out. But how wrong that assumption proved to be, with a polar opposite second half of play. Two completely different sides…

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Tokomi Wapi : Après les marches, les kinois relatent les atrocités et crimes commis par la Police.

#CAN2015 – #RDC VS #CONGOBRAZZA : LES VÉRITÉS DE FLORENT IBENGE AVANT LE DERBY CONGOLAIS