• Koffi Olomide - Selfie (Clip Officiel)

    ► S'abonner à la chaine : http://bit.ly/1juo5wI ► Buy on iTunes : http://apple.co/1X2iqwy ► Listen on Spotify : http://bit.ly/1Mqf0fL ► Listen on Deezer : http://bit.ly/1LauqXr Extrait de l'album « 13ième Apôtre, Vol 1 » Production : Kofficentral Distribution Digitale : Cantos Music *** Plus d'infos sur Koffi Olomidé / More info on Koffi Olomidé Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/KoffiOlomideKoffiCentral?fref=ts Twitter : https://twitter.com/kofficentral Instagram https://instagram.com/koffiolomide_officiel Site Officiel : http://kofficentral.fr/

    published: 13 Oct 2015
  • BIGGEST Snake EVER (195 Ft.) Analyzed & Confirmed

    The Biggest Snake in the World recorded, seen, or filmed is analyzed in depth and confirmed to be around 195 feet in length and could easily eat a man. IN DEPTH ANALYSIS AND CONFIRMATION A monstrous snake nearly the size of a football field is captured on film as it rears back to attack a helicopter flying by, but could anything that big really exist? Follow my in depth analysis and by the end of this video try asking yourself that question again. Humanity is familiar with some pretty big snakes, both in person and in the fossil records, and sometimes through photographic evidence by reliable witnesses. During World War Two, Belgian fighter ace and squadron leader Remy Van Lierd rose to the rank of Colonel in the British Royal Air Force, and received the Distinguished Flying Cross med...

    published: 29 Mar 2015
  • Congo model photo

    published: 04 Jul 2016
  • Rankin's OXFAM Congo Photo installation

    A quick video tour of the Rankin installation currently on the South Bank of the Thames outside the National Theatre.

    published: 22 Feb 2010
  • Congo (Democratic Republic) Music and Images

    D.R. Congo is the 98th country in my music/travel series.

    published: 10 Aug 2009
  • Congo Story: A London Photo Exhibit Features People in the DRC

    A new exhibition in London is about people in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo. While the country has long struggled with war, poverty and illness, this exhibit and the accompanying book show a different side. Jennifer Glasse reports for VOA from London.

    published: 22 Apr 2012
  • Photo camera traps in Democratic Republic of Congo

    At the Fossey Fund's field site in Nkuba-Biruwe in DRC, staff use photo camera traps to identify unhabituated Grauer's gorillas and other biodiversity in the forest. When the photos are pieced together, they provide a glimpse of how the various animals move in the forest. A special thanks to The Turner Foundation and The Daniel K. Thorne Foundation. https://gorillafund.org Species shown in video: Grauer's gorilla, eastern chimpanzee, crested guineafowl, forest buffalo, yellow-backed duiker, marsh mongoose, red river hog, undetermined mongoose, blue duiker, owl-faced monkey, chequered elephant shrew and lowland bongo. Music: “Dikembe Duo- pas d’artiste” by zuzu_ is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.5 https://archive.org/details/ThomasLadonne_Congo_Traditional http://creativecommons.org/license...

    published: 20 Apr 2015
  • Congo Brazzaville Photo collection 2017

    Notre pays fière d'être CONGOLAIS DE BRAZZAVILLE 😚😙😘😗

    published: 02 May 2017
  • Images of Congo's War

    Photographer Cédric Gerbehaye visited the Democratic Republic of Congo's (DRC) North Kivu province, where MSF supports the hospital, runs a nutritional program for malnourished children, and delivers assistance to displaced and resident populations. In this audio slideshow, he speaks about his experiences in the region.

    published: 14 Feb 2008
  • Cas Oorthuys Guaranteed Real Dutch Congo Photography

    Cas Oorthuys Guaranteed Real Dutch Congo Photography see for more : http://bintphotobooks.blogspot.com/2010/01/50th-anniversary-of-democratic-republic.html

    published: 27 Jan 2010
  • Congo Photo Story

    published: 13 Jan 2013
  • André D. Congo Photo/Video Shoot

    André D. Congo Photo/Video Shoot

    published: 01 Aug 2008
  • PHOTO'S FROM ''IRISH UN IN THE CONGO'' FACEBOOK PAGE

    PHOTO'S FROM ''IRISH UN IN THE CONGO'' FACEBOOK PAGE

    published: 03 Jun 2015
  • Congo's War from All Sides

    Archives from the War (2008): We highlight our full and powerful archive covering the Congo' s last few years. Footage includes those left struggling in the refugee camps and the Rebels vs Army fight for the precious mineral-rich lands. For downloads and more information visit http://journeyman.tv/59189/short-films/archives-from-the-war.html Despite the agreed ceasefire, war continues to rage with widespread killing and raping. "Our future is to die", states one 18 year old. The demand for minerals such as coltan and cassiterite also fuels the killings, where militias force locals to work at gunpoint in terrible conditions. "Once you get down more than 200 feet, the air flow stops altogether," explains one miner. Can peace ever return here? Congo's Forgotten War - 07 min 10 sec Every ...

    published: 03 Nov 2008
  • Photos from Congo

    published: 04 Jul 2011
  • I Love Congo Photos

    I Love Congo Photos!!! Here is a showreel capturing some of the moments from the amazing celebration from I LOVE CONGO @ Inc Club (02 Arena) To purchase your photographs, contact: grandroix@hotmail.co.uk 07535601229 260E07DE All Photos & Show-reel by: Patrick Kinzonzi for Grand Roix Photography Courtesy: (c) 2013 Seraphim Enterprise

    published: 27 Jun 2013
  • world photos (pt. 1) afghanistan to congo

    i have always been interested in geography, so i decided to make this slideshow with one photo from each country on earth, in order alphabetically. i figured that might be a cool way to see the planet. the way i chose each photo was kind of a process, where i went and found the names of the districts, or regions, or whatever in each nation, then found the most outlying one of that group, then i found one of the most outlying cities in that region with the fewest roads going in and out of it, then searched for suitable photos of that place. it was kind of time consuming, but hope fully worth it. thanks for checking it out. ps. this didn't come out how i wanted, the titles on the bottom are really ugly, but it was the only way i could figure out how to do it. pps. i also included disputed te...

    published: 07 Jun 2012
  • Mission to Congo photo video - P1: September 2010

    www.operationcongo.com

    published: 28 Sep 2010
  • Phase 1 Complete: Photo video Mbuji Mayi - Congo November 2010

    www.operationcongo.com

    published: 05 Dec 2010
  • Quand la photo raconte le Congo

    Al Qarra - Raconter son pays par l'image... Un pari pris par une quinzaine de jeunes photographes de Brazzaville. Le collectif Génération Elili, littéralement image ou ombre en lingala, a été créée en 2006. Deux fois par mois, ses membres se réunissent dans ce petit local pour échanger leurs idées et rassembler des photos sur tous les aspects de la vie de leur pays. Baudoin Mouanda, photographe : « Il fallait vraiment qu'on crée quelque chose, d'où est venue l'idée de créer le collectif génération Elili. Le but en fait est de mettre en valeur tout ce qui est image, photographie congolaise, pourquoi pas africaine. Bien sûr au départ, en a beaucoup parlé, entendu du festival de photographie de Bamako, on a vu comment ça se passait comme dans d'autres villes de l'Afrique de l'ouest on s'es...

    published: 28 Jan 2013
  • Congo 60s Koning Boudewijn, Pr. Kasavubu

    Although this 8mm film was dated 1968 I have not found anywhere that king Baudouin visited the Congo after 1960 after independence was declared and President Kasavubu took over.The beginning of the film shows Presidential domain Parc de la N'Sele which was opened by Pres. Mobutu in 1966. See my other 1150 clips by searching YouTube with 'michael rogge' Find my photo's here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/12350343@N04/ Visit my website 'Man and the Unknown' http://wichm.home.xs4all.nl/

    published: 21 Oct 2017
  • Get your Congo Passport Photo and Visa Photo snapped in Paddington, London

    Hi, we are Reload Internet, a passport photo studio in London Paddington that can take your passport or visa photo for the Democratic Republic of Congo, just visit our store located less than a 30 second walk from Paddington tube and train stations and we can have your passport or visa photos ready in less than 5 minutes. Our staff use the latest camera and printing technology, and are always updating our specifications in regard to the Congo passport and visa photo guidelines released by the Embassy of the Democratic Republic of Congo. This means that we can ensure your Congo passport or visa pictures meet all of the requirements set by the embassy as well as being high quality photographs. The Congo passport and visa photo size should be 50 millimetres by 50 millimetres, with 50 to 7...

    published: 18 Feb 2017
  • Comment vit-on à Pointe-Noire au Congo-Brazzaville? Une ville aux deux visages. Par Victor Foutou

    published: 05 Sep 2014
  • Giant Snake Congo 1959

    Colonel Remy Van Lierde DFC** (14 August 1915–8 June 1990) was a Belgian pilot and fighter ace who served during World War II in the Belgian and British Air Forces, shooting down six enemy aircraft and 44 V-1 flying bombs, and achieving the RAF rank of Squadron Leader. He returned to the Belgian Air Force after the war and went on to hold several important commands before retiring in 1968.Alleged encounter with a giant snake On the episode of Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World entitled "Dragons, Dinosaurs and Giant Snakes", Van Lierde claims that in 1959 he encountered a giant snake in the Katanga region of the Belgian Congo while returning from a mission by helicopter. He claims to have then turned around and made several passes over the snake in order to allow another person on board t...

    published: 20 Sep 2015
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Koffi Olomide - Selfie (Clip Officiel)

Koffi Olomide - Selfie (Clip Officiel)

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  • Updated: 13 Oct 2015
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► S'abonner à la chaine : http://bit.ly/1juo5wI ► Buy on iTunes : http://apple.co/1X2iqwy ► Listen on Spotify : http://bit.ly/1Mqf0fL ► Listen on Deezer : http://bit.ly/1LauqXr Extrait de l'album « 13ième Apôtre, Vol 1 » Production : Kofficentral Distribution Digitale : Cantos Music *** Plus d'infos sur Koffi Olomidé / More info on Koffi Olomidé Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/KoffiOlomideKoffiCentral?fref=ts Twitter : https://twitter.com/kofficentral Instagram https://instagram.com/koffiolomide_officiel Site Officiel : http://kofficentral.fr/
https://wn.com/Koffi_Olomide_Selfie_(Clip_Officiel)
BIGGEST Snake EVER (195 Ft.) Analyzed & Confirmed

BIGGEST Snake EVER (195 Ft.) Analyzed & Confirmed

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  • Updated: 29 Mar 2015
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The Biggest Snake in the World recorded, seen, or filmed is analyzed in depth and confirmed to be around 195 feet in length and could easily eat a man. IN DEPTH ANALYSIS AND CONFIRMATION A monstrous snake nearly the size of a football field is captured on film as it rears back to attack a helicopter flying by, but could anything that big really exist? Follow my in depth analysis and by the end of this video try asking yourself that question again. Humanity is familiar with some pretty big snakes, both in person and in the fossil records, and sometimes through photographic evidence by reliable witnesses. During World War Two, Belgian fighter ace and squadron leader Remy Van Lierd rose to the rank of Colonel in the British Royal Air Force, and received the Distinguished Flying Cross medal of valor, after shooting down six enemy aircraft and forty four V-1 Flying Bombs. After the war he was put in command of the Kamina Air Base, in the Katanga region of what was then The Belgian Congo. His reputation and spatial recognition abilities are impeccable, which means we must give careful consideration to this incredible report. One day in Africa in 1959, on the way back to the airbase from a helicopter mission, Colonel Lierd was astounded to see a massive snake winding it's way along the terrain below. He circled around for a better look and had one of his flight crew take a series of photographs. As he descended to about 500 feet altitude, the gigantic snake took notice, and reared back as though ready to strike at the helicopter if it dared to come within range. By his own estimate, Colonel Lierd guesses that the snake must have been a minimum of 50 feet in length, with a triangular shaped jaw about two to three feet wide. In his own words, “It could have easily eaten up a man!” Keep in mind that a reticulated python is the longest snake ever measured alive at 33 feet or 10 meters in length. T he longest measured known extinct snake is the Titanaboa, which was 42 ft or about 13 meters in length. After “countless reports from the Kamina area of giant snakes”, the original photos were sent to CIA Captain Lorenzo W. Burrows, director of the National Photographic Interpretation Center with some further analysis of the photo. Let’s look at that. Here is the full photo in it’s entirety. As you can see at the bottom, the type of camera the photo was taken with was recorded, which adds some authenticity to this photo. The key factor in this photo, as pointed out in the letter, are the termite nests, which is a little confusing at first unless you know what an African termite nest looks like. They look like this…they’re absolutely huge and they take on recognizable shapes. The letter reads “Further, the two black spots in the upper left hand quadrant are quite plainly termite nests, or rather, their shadows. Under high power you can very easily see this, and that the top one is a column, circular in the horizontal section, while the bottom one is typical of the flange types that always point north to south.” See the termite nests? Now remember how big they are? Let’s use them, as is done in the letter, to approximate a scale of reference. These termite mounds can easily be 2 and a half times the size of a human. So, we’ll say the top termite nest is 15 feet or about 4.5 meters tall. This is a bit of a guess, but if the snake was fully stretched out, I’d say it’d be around this long. So if we just stack our 15 foot or 4.5 meter termite nests next to this line…we get about 13 of them. This yields a rough approximate total length of about 195 feet or about 60 meters and closely matches what the letter says of about 200 feet. That’s up to 5 times larger than even the Titanaboa…allegedly the biggest snake ever and that was thought to have gone extinct shortly after the dinosaurs. What sort of monster did Colonel Remy Van Lierd encounter and photograph here?...and why are there so many other alleged reports of massive snakes by others in the same area? The Congo seems like a very, very scary place. Crave more mysteries? Watch our Top 5 BIGGEST Animal Mysteries EVER video if you havn’t already or jump on our mystery playlist and discover how aliens may have saved Earth from a nuclear catastrophe….twice. CC: Alpha Ghedoghedo Ryan Quick
https://wn.com/Biggest_Snake_Ever_(195_Ft.)_Analyzed_Confirmed
Congo model photo

Congo model photo

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  • Updated: 04 Jul 2016
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Rankin's OXFAM Congo Photo installation

Rankin's OXFAM Congo Photo installation

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  • Updated: 22 Feb 2010
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A quick video tour of the Rankin installation currently on the South Bank of the Thames outside the National Theatre.
https://wn.com/Rankin's_Oxfam_Congo_Photo_Installation
Congo (Democratic Republic) Music and Images

Congo (Democratic Republic) Music and Images

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  • Updated: 10 Aug 2009
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D.R. Congo is the 98th country in my music/travel series.
https://wn.com/Congo_(Democratic_Republic)_Music_And_Images
Congo Story: A London Photo Exhibit Features People in the DRC

Congo Story: A London Photo Exhibit Features People in the DRC

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A new exhibition in London is about people in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo. While the country has long struggled with war, poverty and illness, this exhibit and the accompanying book show a different side. Jennifer Glasse reports for VOA from London.
https://wn.com/Congo_Story_A_London_Photo_Exhibit_Features_People_In_The_Drc
Photo camera traps in Democratic Republic of Congo

Photo camera traps in Democratic Republic of Congo

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  • Updated: 20 Apr 2015
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At the Fossey Fund's field site in Nkuba-Biruwe in DRC, staff use photo camera traps to identify unhabituated Grauer's gorillas and other biodiversity in the forest. When the photos are pieced together, they provide a glimpse of how the various animals move in the forest. A special thanks to The Turner Foundation and The Daniel K. Thorne Foundation. https://gorillafund.org Species shown in video: Grauer's gorilla, eastern chimpanzee, crested guineafowl, forest buffalo, yellow-backed duiker, marsh mongoose, red river hog, undetermined mongoose, blue duiker, owl-faced monkey, chequered elephant shrew and lowland bongo. Music: “Dikembe Duo- pas d’artiste” by zuzu_ is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.5 https://archive.org/details/ThomasLadonne_Congo_Traditional http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/
https://wn.com/Photo_Camera_Traps_In_Democratic_Republic_Of_Congo
Congo Brazzaville  Photo collection 2017

Congo Brazzaville Photo collection 2017

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  • Updated: 02 May 2017
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Notre pays fière d'être CONGOLAIS DE BRAZZAVILLE 😚😙😘😗
https://wn.com/Congo_Brazzaville_Photo_Collection_2017
Images of Congo's War

Images of Congo's War

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  • Updated: 14 Feb 2008
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Photographer Cédric Gerbehaye visited the Democratic Republic of Congo's (DRC) North Kivu province, where MSF supports the hospital, runs a nutritional program for malnourished children, and delivers assistance to displaced and resident populations. In this audio slideshow, he speaks about his experiences in the region.
https://wn.com/Images_Of_Congo's_War
Cas Oorthuys Guaranteed Real Dutch Congo Photography

Cas Oorthuys Guaranteed Real Dutch Congo Photography

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  • Updated: 27 Jan 2010
  • views: 281
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Cas Oorthuys Guaranteed Real Dutch Congo Photography see for more : http://bintphotobooks.blogspot.com/2010/01/50th-anniversary-of-democratic-republic.html
https://wn.com/Cas_Oorthuys_Guaranteed_Real_Dutch_Congo_Photography
Congo Photo Story

Congo Photo Story

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  • Updated: 13 Jan 2013
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https://wn.com/Congo_Photo_Story
André D. Congo Photo/Video Shoot

André D. Congo Photo/Video Shoot

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  • Updated: 01 Aug 2008
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PHOTO'S FROM ''IRISH UN IN THE CONGO'' FACEBOOK PAGE

PHOTO'S FROM ''IRISH UN IN THE CONGO'' FACEBOOK PAGE

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  • Updated: 03 Jun 2015
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PHOTO'S FROM ''IRISH UN IN THE CONGO'' FACEBOOK PAGE
https://wn.com/Photo'S_From_''Irish_Un_In_The_Congo''_Facebook_Page
Congo's War from All Sides

Congo's War from All Sides

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  • Updated: 03 Nov 2008
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Archives from the War (2008): We highlight our full and powerful archive covering the Congo' s last few years. Footage includes those left struggling in the refugee camps and the Rebels vs Army fight for the precious mineral-rich lands. For downloads and more information visit http://journeyman.tv/59189/short-films/archives-from-the-war.html Despite the agreed ceasefire, war continues to rage with widespread killing and raping. "Our future is to die", states one 18 year old. The demand for minerals such as coltan and cassiterite also fuels the killings, where militias force locals to work at gunpoint in terrible conditions. "Once you get down more than 200 feet, the air flow stops altogether," explains one miner. Can peace ever return here? Congo's Forgotten War - 07 min 10 sec Every month, another 45,000 people are killed in the DRC, in a war that was supposed to have ended five years ago. Congo remains one of the world's most dangerous and isolated places. "We live like apes. Our future is to die", states one 18 year old. Despite the agreed ceasefire, war is still raging here. At the Cheverie refugee camp, 5,500 families share one tap. There is no toilet. "Our life here is pitiful", laments one woman. Bands of militias roam the countryside, killing civilians and burning down villages. Gang rape has become the most common weapon of war. Sifi, 18, was kidnapped by rebel soldiers. Months of repeated rapes left her paralysed and incontinent. She became pregnant but her baby was stillborn. And it's not just young women who are at risk. Even toddlers and septugenarians have been raped. Many of those who survive contract HIV or are ostracized by the community. "When my husband realised I'd been raped, he abandoned me", states Odette. "He abandoned our two children as well". The rebels prevent food supplies reaching refugees, leading to acute malnutrition. Every month, more than 20,000 children die from hunger or easily preventable diseases. The war in Eastern Congo has gone on for so long, few can remember anything else. Every attempt to bring peace has failed. (Susan Schulman - Ref. 3899) Congo's Curse - 14 min 37 sec The militias, formed during Congo's civil war, now control much of the country's natural resources. The government faces a big problem disarming them.The war may officially be over, but the militias remain. "Gold is the reason why every year, we have war and rebellions", states Ngabu Adirodu. It is still too dangerous for aid workers to travel without military escorts. The population is trapped between rival militias and the new army and many towns have been deserted. As one man states: "We are as afraid of the army as the militias." (IRIN - Ref. 3157) Congo's Tin Soldiers - 20 min 00 sec The West's demand for Cassiterite is fuelling the killings in Congo. Militias rely on slave labour to extract the ore, forcing locals to work in sub-human conditions."Once you get down there, there's no air", describes one worker. "The rocks often bury us and you have to crawl through the tiny hole, using your fingers to dig." Labourers like him often go unpaid. They're forced to work at gunpoint by militias operating outside the control of the government. "Different armed groups do what they want with the population", laments minister Buta Muiso. But British businessman Ketankumar Kotecha sees nothing wrong in buying casiterite from the militias. "If I didn't do it, someone else would. I am not here as some kind of moral saviour." (Elizabeth Jones - Ref. 3095) Ref. 4216 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
https://wn.com/Congo's_War_From_All_Sides
Photos from Congo

Photos from Congo

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I Love Congo Photos

I Love Congo Photos

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  • Updated: 27 Jun 2013
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I Love Congo Photos!!! Here is a showreel capturing some of the moments from the amazing celebration from I LOVE CONGO @ Inc Club (02 Arena) To purchase your photographs, contact: grandroix@hotmail.co.uk 07535601229 260E07DE All Photos & Show-reel by: Patrick Kinzonzi for Grand Roix Photography Courtesy: (c) 2013 Seraphim Enterprise
https://wn.com/I_Love_Congo_Photos
world photos (pt. 1) afghanistan to congo

world photos (pt. 1) afghanistan to congo

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  • Updated: 07 Jun 2012
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i have always been interested in geography, so i decided to make this slideshow with one photo from each country on earth, in order alphabetically. i figured that might be a cool way to see the planet. the way i chose each photo was kind of a process, where i went and found the names of the districts, or regions, or whatever in each nation, then found the most outlying one of that group, then i found one of the most outlying cities in that region with the fewest roads going in and out of it, then searched for suitable photos of that place. it was kind of time consuming, but hope fully worth it. thanks for checking it out. ps. this didn't come out how i wanted, the titles on the bottom are really ugly, but it was the only way i could figure out how to do it. pps. i also included disputed territories and autonomous regions for the most part, because it's more fun that way.
https://wn.com/World_Photos_(Pt._1)_Afghanistan_To_Congo
Mission to Congo photo video - P1: September 2010

Mission to Congo photo video - P1: September 2010

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  • Updated: 28 Sep 2010
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www.operationcongo.com
https://wn.com/Mission_To_Congo_Photo_Video_P1_September_2010
Phase 1 Complete: Photo video Mbuji Mayi - Congo November 2010

Phase 1 Complete: Photo video Mbuji Mayi - Congo November 2010

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www.operationcongo.com
https://wn.com/Phase_1_Complete_Photo_Video_Mbuji_Mayi_Congo_November_2010
Quand la photo raconte le Congo

Quand la photo raconte le Congo

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  • Updated: 28 Jan 2013
  • views: 171
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Al Qarra - Raconter son pays par l'image... Un pari pris par une quinzaine de jeunes photographes de Brazzaville. Le collectif Génération Elili, littéralement image ou ombre en lingala, a été créée en 2006. Deux fois par mois, ses membres se réunissent dans ce petit local pour échanger leurs idées et rassembler des photos sur tous les aspects de la vie de leur pays. Baudoin Mouanda, photographe : « Il fallait vraiment qu'on crée quelque chose, d'où est venue l'idée de créer le collectif génération Elili. Le but en fait est de mettre en valeur tout ce qui est image, photographie congolaise, pourquoi pas africaine. Bien sûr au départ, en a beaucoup parlé, entendu du festival de photographie de Bamako, on a vu comment ça se passait comme dans d'autres villes de l'Afrique de l'ouest on s'est dit nous aussi on peut arriver à faire quelque chose ».
https://wn.com/Quand_La_Photo_Raconte_Le_Congo
Congo 60s Koning Boudewijn, Pr. Kasavubu

Congo 60s Koning Boudewijn, Pr. Kasavubu

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  • Updated: 21 Oct 2017
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Although this 8mm film was dated 1968 I have not found anywhere that king Baudouin visited the Congo after 1960 after independence was declared and President Kasavubu took over.The beginning of the film shows Presidential domain Parc de la N'Sele which was opened by Pres. Mobutu in 1966. See my other 1150 clips by searching YouTube with 'michael rogge' Find my photo's here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/12350343@N04/ Visit my website 'Man and the Unknown' http://wichm.home.xs4all.nl/
https://wn.com/Congo_60S_Koning_Boudewijn,_Pr._Kasavubu
Get your Congo Passport Photo and Visa Photo snapped in Paddington, London

Get your Congo Passport Photo and Visa Photo snapped in Paddington, London

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Hi, we are Reload Internet, a passport photo studio in London Paddington that can take your passport or visa photo for the Democratic Republic of Congo, just visit our store located less than a 30 second walk from Paddington tube and train stations and we can have your passport or visa photos ready in less than 5 minutes. Our staff use the latest camera and printing technology, and are always updating our specifications in regard to the Congo passport and visa photo guidelines released by the Embassy of the Democratic Republic of Congo. This means that we can ensure your Congo passport or visa pictures meet all of the requirements set by the embassy as well as being high quality photographs. The Congo passport and visa photo size should be 50 millimetres by 50 millimetres, with 50 to 70% of the photographs area being covered by your head, which is 25 millimetres to 35 millimetres. Our store is open 7 days a week from early in the morning until late in the evening, so don’t take the chance with your Congo passport or visa application being declined due to an error with the photograph, come to Reload Internet in Paddington London to have it done correctly the first time round! For further information, please visit: https://www.reloadinternet.com/ Our Address is 197 Praed Street, Praed Street, Paddington, W2 1RH or our number is 0207-262-4111
https://wn.com/Get_Your_Congo_Passport_Photo_And_Visa_Photo_Snapped_In_Paddington,_London
Comment vit-on à Pointe-Noire au Congo-Brazzaville? Une ville aux deux visages. Par Victor Foutou

Comment vit-on à Pointe-Noire au Congo-Brazzaville? Une ville aux deux visages. Par Victor Foutou

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  • Updated: 05 Sep 2014
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Giant Snake Congo 1959

Giant Snake Congo 1959

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Colonel Remy Van Lierde DFC** (14 August 1915–8 June 1990) was a Belgian pilot and fighter ace who served during World War II in the Belgian and British Air Forces, shooting down six enemy aircraft and 44 V-1 flying bombs, and achieving the RAF rank of Squadron Leader. He returned to the Belgian Air Force after the war and went on to hold several important commands before retiring in 1968.Alleged encounter with a giant snake On the episode of Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World entitled "Dragons, Dinosaurs and Giant Snakes", Van Lierde claims that in 1959 he encountered a giant snake in the Katanga region of the Belgian Congo while returning from a mission by helicopter. He claims to have then turned around and made several passes over the snake in order to allow another person on board to photograph the creature. Van Lierde describes the snake as being close to 50 feet in length. He claims it was a dark shade of brown and green with a white coloured belly. He claimed the snake's head was 3 feet long and 2 feet wide, and that the jaws were of a triangular shape. Van Lierde claims that as he flew lower for a closer inspection, the snake rose up approximately 10 feet, giving the impression it would have attacked the helicopter if it had been within striking range.
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