The 2014-2016 outbreak in West Africa, the largest Ebola outbreak in history, was caused by Ebola Zaire
, starting in Guinea and then moving across land borders to Sierra Leone and Liberia.
Most outstanding in Rumba rules: The politics of dance music in Mobutu's Zaire
, is the idea of political leadership and its reciprocity with social entities that present the chief, or bon chef, in a good light; similar to the political propaganda surrounding Mao Tse Tung during the Chinese Cultural Revolution.
Ebola's ability to evade the human immune response is one of the factors that accounts for its high mortality rate - up to 90 percent in humans - and the notoriety that it gained after its first appearance in Zaire
in 1976, in an outbreak that killed 280 people.
Coutinho had said: "Our section could be decided by the number of goals teams score against Zaire
"In hindsight, playing Zaire
first was our undoing - but playing in the World Cup Finals was new to us all.
Police have been trying to trace Mr Abu Zaire
since Khyra died last weekend.
Guinea is also claiming Zaire
14.2 billion for Sadio, in the now defunct currency of the DRC, used when it was called Zaire
, and worth GBPounds 663,000, at the 1998 Zaire-Pounds exchange rate of Z 21,423 per GBP 1.
When Aburiria's ruler (a composite of Kenya's ex-President Daniel arap Moi, Uganda's Idi Amin and Zaire
's Mobutu Sese Seko who gives a new definition to the phrase "God complex") cooks up a plan to build the world's tallest building, bad things happen.
Interwoven with the background of Santorini and a collapsing crater in Zaire
are explanations of rock meltdown and the emergence of ash clouds and superheated lava flow.
The Captain's Christmas Trophy was won by Chris Hutchinson with 41 points while Andrew Zaire
came second with 40.