Kisangani articles on Wikipedia
Kisangani
Kisangani /kiːsəŋˈɡɑːni/ (formerly Stanleyville) is the capital of Tshopo province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is the third largest urbanized
Apr 25th 2017



University of Kisangani
The University of Kisangani (UNIKIS) is located in the city of Kisangani in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It was founded in 1963 by Protestant
Mar 12th 2017



Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Kisangani
Catholic Archdiocese of Kisangani (Latin: Kisanganien(sis)) is the Metropolitan See for the Ecclesiastical province of Kisangani in the Democratic Republic
Jul 30th 2016



Six-Day War (2000)
of Kisangani in the Democratic Republic of the Congo from 5 to 10 June 2000. The war formed part of the wider Second Congo War (1998–2003). Kisangani was
Mar 20th 2017



Stanleyville mutinies
The Kisangani Mutinies, also known as the Stanleyville Mutinies or Mercenaries' Mutinies in 1966 and 1967. Amid rumours that the ousted Prime Minister
Jan 8th 2017



Our Lady of the Rosary Cathedral, Kisangani
building belonging to the Catholic Church and is located in the town of Kisangani (formerly Stanleyville) in the province of Tshopo (formerly Eastern Province)
Aug 14th 2016



Aethalopteryx kisangani
Aethalopteryx kisangani is a moth in the Cossidae family. It is found in Zaire. "Cossidae of the Socotra Archipelago (Yemen)". Pensoft.net. 2011-08-11
Oct 31st 2016



Bangoka International Airport
Bangoka International Airport (IATA: FKIICAO: FZIC) is an airport in Kisangani, Democratic Republic of the Congo. On July 8, 2011, Hewa Bora Airways
Dec 4th 2016



Tshopo
River, for which it is named. Its capital is Kisangani. The provincial capital is the city of Kisangani. Territories are: Bafwasende Banalia Basoko
Mar 23rd 2017



United Nations Security Council Resolution 1522
welcomed efforts to establish the first integrated and unified brigade in Kisangani as a step towards forming a national army. It was the first Security Council
Apr 5th 2017



Stade Lumumba
Stade Lumumba is a stadium located in Kisangani, Democratic Republic of the Congo. It has a capacity of 30,000 spectators for football matches. It serves
Sep 9th 2013



Barly Baruti
better known by his pen name Barly Baruti (born December 9, 1959, in Kisangani, in what was then the Congo-Leopoldville), is a Congolese (DRC) cartoonist
Mar 2nd 2017



Simisini Air Base
Kisangani-Simisini-Air-BaseKisangani Simisini Air Base (ICAO: FZIA) is a military airport in the city of Kisangani in Democratic Republic of the Congo. Democratic Republic of
Feb 3rd 2017



Hewa Bora Airways Flight 952
was a passenger flight which crashed at Bangoka International Airport, Kisangani, Democratic Republic of the Congo, on 8 July 2011. Seventy-four of the
Apr 1st 2017



List of football clubs in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
(Lubumbashi) TC Elima (Matadi) AS Veti (Matadi) AS Makiso (Kisangani) TS Malekesa (Kisangani) AS Nika (Kisangani) AS Saint-Luc (Kananga) US Tshinkunku (Kananga)
Jul 1st 2016



Boyoma Falls
curve of the Lualaba River between the river port towns of Ubundu and Kisangani/Boyoma in the Orientale Province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Jan 11th 2017



Forces for Renewal
Rally for Congolese Democracy (RCD) and was previously known as the RCD-KisanganiKisangani-Movement for Liberation. The RCD-K-ML was accorded 15 seats in the Transitional
Feb 15th 2017



White Legion (Zaire)
mostly from former Yugoslavia, was given the task of defending the city of Kisangani and training Zairian troops. This effort was largely unsuccessful and
Dec 14th 2016



United Nations Security Council Resolution 1376
Resolution 1304 (2000). The Council demanded the full demilitarisation of Kisangani which was occupied by the RCD-Goma and welcomed the deployment of MONUC
Apr 4th 2017



United Nations Security Council Resolution 1304
armed groups from Kisangani in the Democratic-RepublicDemocratic Republic of the Congo. The resolution primarily focused on fighting in the city of Kisangani in northern Democratic
Apr 4th 2017



Orientale Province
Sudan to the north, and Uganda to the east. The provincial capital is Kisangani. The province was divided into the Bas-Uele, Haut-Uele and Tshopo districts
Dec 4th 2016



Lualaba River
600 ft) above sea level. Its total course flows northward to end near Kisangani, where the name Congo River officially begins. From the Katanga Plateau
Mar 27th 2017



AS Nika
AS Nika is a football club in Kisangani, Democratic Republic of Congo. [1] In the 2006–07 season they played in the Linafoot, the top level of professional
Oct 1st 2016



Ubundu
is not navigable from here downstream to Kisangani, so a portage railway was built to link Ubundu to Kisangani. Upstream from Ubundu the river is navigable
Apr 25th 2017



Komo language (Bantu)
Republic of the Congo, including an area around the major upriver port of Kisangani. Komo at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015) Hammarstrom, Harald; Forkel,
Jun 13th 2015



Mbole language
about 100,000 as of 1971 living in the Tshopo District, southwest of Kisangani in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Mbole at Ethnologue (18th
Nov 1st 2016



Kinshasa Highway
Kinshasa to Kikwit and little beyond, and there are paved roads between Kisangani, Bukavu, Kampala and Nairobi, there has never been a paved highway across
Feb 8th 2017



Place des Martyrs
Place des Martyrs, Brussels, Brussels, Belgium Place des Martyrs, Kisangani, Kisangani, The Congo Place des Martyrs, Luxembourg, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Mar 16th 2013



List of museums in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
of Kinshasa National Museum of Lubumbashi Butemo Museum Kananga Museum Kisangani Museum Lubumbashi Museum Mbandaka Museum Mushenge Museum List of museums
Apr 28th 2014



National Road No. 2 (Democratic Republic of the Congo)
port of Kisangani, which is the farthest navigable point on the Congo River from the capital Kinshasa. Riverboats and small ships link Kisangani to Kinshasa
Apr 14th 2016



Democratic Republic of the Congo–Greece relations
Greece. Greece has an embassy in Kinshasa and 2 honorary consulates in Kisangani and Lubumbashi. The Democratic Republic of the Congo has an embassy in
Jan 26th 2017



List of heads of government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
quickly became an officer. 1962 assigned to command the 3rd Groupement at Kisangani. 'Gained international fame for.. defence of Bukavu and for conducting
Apr 10th 2017



Justin Marie Bomboko
Knight Grand cross in the Order of the Crown. Makombo 2015, pp. 12–13. Kisangani & Bobb 2009, p. 57. http://www.rulers.org/2014-04.html April 2014 U
Mar 1st 2017



Transport in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
consisted of the following: Matadi to Kinshasa – rail Kinshasa to Kisangani – river boat Kisangani to Ubundu – rail Ubundu to Kindu – river boat Kindu to Kalemie
Jun 22nd 2016



Camille Lembi Zaneli
Bangoka International Airport, Kisangani, on July 8, 2011. He was 61 years old. "Congo: nell'incidente aereo di Kisangani e morto anche il vescovo di
Apr 5th 2017



East African Railway Master Plan
Nairobi-Kisumu Line; passes through Kampala Rongai Kampala-Kisangani Line; passes through Kasese-KisanganiKasese Kisangani-Bujumbura Line; passes through Kasese, Kampala, and
Apr 29th 2017



Rally for Congolese Democracy
patrons met in battle in Kisangani, the capital of Orientale Province, where the Ugandan army was defeated. Battles in Kisangani occurred in 1999 and 2000
Feb 8th 2017



Léonard Mulamba
battles of the 1964 north-east revolution the Simba Rebellion of 1964. When Kisangani was recaptured from rebel forces in 1964 he was named military governor
Mar 26th 2017



Jean Kasusula
Jean Kasusula Kiritsho (born 5 August 1982 in Kisangani, Zaire) is a Congolese footballer, who currently plays for TP Mazembe. In May 2015 it was announced
May 8th 2016



Simi-Simi Airport
Simi-Simi is the original airport of the city of Kisangani, Democratic Republic of the Congo, formerly called Stanleyville. In the turbulent times of
Apr 25th 2016



Sanga people
Sanga - A language. Arnot 1969, pp. 231-232. Kisangani & Bobb 2010, p. lix. Ngondji 2011, p. 147. Kisangani & Bobb 2010, p. 32. Kubik 2010, pp. 96=97
Apr 27th 2017



United Nations Security Council Resolution 1417
trainers to Kisangani and aided in the disarmament, demobilisation, repatriation, resettlement and reintegration (DDRRR) process of Kindu and Kisangani. While
Apr 4th 2017



Diblo Dibala
"Machine Gun" for his speed and skill on the guitar. He was born in 1954 in Kisangani. He moved to Kinshasa as a child, and aged 15 won a talent competition
Dec 11th 2016



Rally for Congolese Democracy–Goma
established a new group based on the town of KisanganiKisangani, supported by Uganda, that became known as the RCD-KisanganiKisangani (RCD-K) or later the RCD-Liberation Movement
Dec 28th 2016



TS Malekesa
TS Malekesa is a football club in Kisangani, Democratic Republic of Congo. [1] They formerly played in the Linafoot, the top level of professional football
Sep 9th 2013



Yatolema
is on the N7 road which connects it to Kisangani to the east. Yatolema is about 58 miles (93 km) from Kisangani. It has a weekly market where local people
Mar 21st 2017



Anicet Kashamura
for the country. He died in 2004. Sik 1966, p. 300. Kisangani-2016Kisangani 2016, p. 339. Kisangani, Emizet Francois (2016). Historical Dictionary of the Democratic
Apr 13th 2017



Joseph Damien Tshatshi
Congolaise">Nationale Congolaise of Congo-Kinshasa in the 1960s. He was killed in Kisangani in 1966, allegedly by Colonel Ferdinand Tshimpola. He trained at the Ecole
Oct 13th 2016



Antipas Mbusa
dia Wamba to form the RCD-KisanganiKisangani. Mbusa later took over the RCD-K from dia Wamba after they were driven from KisanganiKisangani by RCD-Goma, and renamed it
Nov 14th 2016



Singa Mwambe
Singa Mwambe is a football club in Kisangani, Democratic Republic of Congo. [1] In the 2006/2007 season they played in the Linafoot, the top level of
Mar 7th 2017





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