When the Zairean
economy began to nosedive in the late '70s, Congolese musicians emigrated in droves to Paris and Brussels.
The committee estimates on the basis of numerous reports and testimonies that support the allegations that close to 200,000 refugees, most of them Hutus, died on Zairean
soil in an arbitrary fashion, or else disappeared as the consequence of a deliberate strategy of slow extermination of a portion of the Rwandan population.
Carrington JF (1983) Linguistic pitfalls in upper zairean
A search of Zairean
Shamba's flat in Edmonton uncovered pounds 10,280 in cash, 18 mobile phones and four computers.
* October 1996--Backed by Uganda, Rwandan troops invade Zaire and attack Hutu militia dominated camps that threaten stability of region; depose Zairean
President Mobutu Sese Seko, an ally of Hutu extremists.
"The first foreign combat forces to enter Angola were the Zairean
units that invaded in July 1975 in support of the FNLA with the tacit support of Washington.
The refugees abandoned the Zairean
camps en masse, and the large majority returned to Rwanda on foot, with a minority heading into the jungle in Zaire.
For example, although not shown in Table 1, the decrease in Zairean
is probably due to the breakout of Congolese n.o.s.
Cultural forms as diverse as Persian carpetmaking, Navajo weaving, contemporary Zairean
pop music, the Haitian school of naive painting, the graphic art of Panama's Kuna Indians, Jamaican Dub music, and Asian cinema have witnessed the introduction of new techniques and/or materials, the application of new ideas, and an overall enhancement of their markets,
Operating under a false name, the 24-year-old Zairean
was listed as an asylum-seeker while residing in Waterford.
In fact, his flat was in the Zairean
embassy and he was receiving pounds 105 a week income support.
That the Zairean
ambassador to Japan could profit from a Tokyo real estate boom by selling his country's embassy would be funny were it not symptomatic of ethical rot.