Many who survived the camps and the military conquests of the Zairian
liberation struggle returned home (Janzen 2003).
As this happened, Mobutu ordered Zairian
military forces to oppose the intruders and the dynamics of the mission changed; the Rwandans found themselves actively opposing another country's armed forces.
This provoked French and Zairian
forces to intervene to support Habre, pushing Goukouni's and Libyan forces northward.
The mayhem of the Zairian
dictatorship of Mobutu Sese Seko had come home to roost, and my job was to write about it.
In chapter after evocative chapter, he chronicles the murderous kleptocracy of Abacha in Nigeria, the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of Congo), the drug-and-diamond-fueled carnage in Liberia, and the epic fall of Zairian
The former Zairian
government received arms from many countries, including Belgium, China, France, Germany, Israel, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the USA.
People who pursue hobbies, who are well-informed, they know the difference between, say, good Zairian
music and bad Zairian
Meanwhile, from the north came another anticommunist guerilla army, Holden Roberto's National Front for the Liberation of Angola (FNLA), which was saturated with CIA personnel, South African military advisors, and Zairian
troops, plus some Portuguese and British soldiers of fortune.
A prospective study of diarrhea and HIV-1 infection among 429 Zairian
In death he became an eternal martyr and by installing Mobutu in the Zairian
presidency, we committed ourselves to the other side, the losing side in Central and Southern Africa.
Producer Luc Besson spotted the Yamakasi (purportedly a word of Zairian
origin) on a TV news report.
A further example of 'codes' as flexible instead of contrastive languages is demonstrated by Michael Meeuwis and Jan Blommaert, who present the data of Zairian
migrants in Belgium.