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    Zaire: An African Horror Story The Atlantic

    In the convoluted history of Central Africa, the southern Zairean province of Shaba has long been a magnet for mercenaries and swindlers, a center of bloodstained intrigue. Belgian colonizers first exploited Shaba's rich deposits of copper at the turn of the century, in what came to be called the Belgian Congothe richest.

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    Zaire 1975 1978 KH Third World Traveler

    Mobutu, One observer of Zaire has written, rules by decree with a grotesque impulsiveness that seems to shock even his former [CIA] case officers. One recalled that in June 1971 Mobutu had forcibly enlisted in the armed forces the entire student body of Lovanium University. "He was put out by some student demonstrations.

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    Profile: DR Congo . News . Al Jazeera

    Nov 21, 2011 . Ravaged by years of civil war, the mineral rich DRC remains among the most complex and volatile countries in the world.

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    Zaire Wikipedia

    Zaire officially the Republic of Zaire was the name for the Democratic Republic of the Congo that existed between 1971 and 1997 in Central Africa. The country was a one party totalitarian dictatorship, run by Mobutu Sese Seko and his ruling Popular Movement of the Revolution party. Zaire was established following.

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    Former Zaire/Democratic Republic of the Congo Soccer Politics .

    The case of football in former Zaire demonstrated clear problems with state intervention in African football post colonization. In 1974, Zaire's debut as the first black African team to attend the World Cup exemplified the effects of strict and threatening government control over a national team. African nations yearned for global.

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