Videographic: A short, recent history of Congo | The Economist
An animated videographic mapping the war in Congo: mineral wealth, militias and an epic march
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There are so many resources in African. If Africans got their act together they would be a very rich contenant.
great vid thanx so much
Up to 2006. 11 year gap…..
You need to not make flippant remarks about life and death stuff.
Completely inaccurate, but what do you expect from people who haven’t really studied the situation
FYI: There are WAY more European influences in Africa than just French, Portuguese, and English. What about Dutch and German (formerly)? Half of the "English" countries shaded in orange have little or nothing to do with England.
what Congo should do and I know I sound like trump when I say this build a wall around the country so they can prevent Rwandan from invading. Angola and america and some European countries can help defend the nation.
Google Kamwina Nsapu for the latest.
Thank you for this video. I need to read and listen much more about this huge and wonderful country.
It’s actually very true. Thanks for your honesty guys
I wish this country can be salvaged. so much wealth
You make it sound like kabila did it by himself….Without rwandan troops…