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Never done an African Campaign so far so I decided it was about time now! Congo Conquest focused on Man(dan)power growth. Twitter: https://twitter.com/Pdx_Da9L Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/theDa9L Youtube gaming: https://gaming.youtube.com/c/theDa9L/live Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theDa9L Modern Day mod: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=719416488 Thanks to all my Patreons! Special thanks to Mathias Hoftaniska, Tokryva, Ross Paterson, StetoGuy, Quentin Cameron, Henrik Antonsson & Akerblom!
Ghana's Black Stars were held to a 1-1 draw by Congo on Friday, to pile on to the country's misery. It's a qualifying run that has been way below the team's traditional standards. Ghana qualified for the last three World Cups, but sitting third in group E, with three matches still to play, Russia might just be a bridge too far. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
Congo have beaten Egypt only once in seven encounters 20 African teams are competing in the final round of qualifying, Africa could get an extra two slots to its current five in new format. FIFA believe more teams will boost football development globally
sandblasting on ptf node,loango field congo,image by rov camera.
KISANGANI, Democratic Republic of the Congo, 1 October 2009 Health experts estimate that each child under five years of age in DR Congo has 6 to 10 attacks of malaria per year. This is equivalent to as many as 100 million episodes, or even more, annually. Approximately 180,000 Congolese children under five die from the disease every year, and many others are orphaned when malaria weakens and kills their parents. We try to encourage people to use mosquito nets and clear stagnant water from their homes, but it is hard, said Leon Faliala, a nurse at the Umoja Health Centre. Nets cost money, and in the rainy season, who can control the water? With the rainy season just days away, UNICEF, along with partners including UNITAID and the World Food Programme, is mobilizing the distribution o...
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J'ai créé cette vidéo à l'aide de l'outil de création de diaporamas YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/upload).
The Best of Congo Project focuses on celebrating the development and international establishment of our rich, exuberant culture, traditions and modernized identity. The project carries an important combination of a viral campaign video and classy event (Gala Dinner- 15th April 2017) which will bring together a strong network of Congolese like minded people who share the same goal of establishing and representing Congo in a more positive valuable manner.
NovaLogic's F-16 Multirole Fighter. A very terrible, horrible, no good, very bad no-commentary longstream of the third campaign. "We can only ask, or wonder, if he is asking... some departed relative for forgiveness, for this atrocious performance." It was that bad. Why am I doing these again? Mission Log: 3-1: Ante Up (1:22) - Run of the mill SEAD mission. Other than getting hurt, at least the HARM tracker and GPS system worked. 3-2: House Rules (12:00) - BURN THE HOUSE DOWN BY LEMONS. 3-3: Joker's Wild (21:33) - Oh, they can't burn the house down, so they'll try to burn the next best thing. 3-4: Dealer's Choice (27:32) - Blow up their supplies, why not. 3-5: Full House (skipped) - Alright, A: how the hell are four fighters supposed to repel about 20 foes (no seriously, try this wi...
This video is dedicatet for children of war in Democratic Republic Of The Congo.
The government soldiers manning an outpost high above the town of Kashuga have a panoramic view of the hills and valleys of eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, home to hundreds of Rwandan Hutu rebels their government has promised to crush. But three weeks after Congo's army launched an offensive against the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR), the outpost's commander has received no orders to attack the rebel group. Local people say, Just a few hundred meters away across the Mweso River are the hills where the rebels - whose 1,400 fighters include the remnants of militia involved in Rwanda's 1994 genocide - have their hideouts. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/Reuters/worldNews/~3/qCk2bC4pvWI/story01.htm http://www.wochit.com