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Zaire

The currency of Zaire between 1967 and 1997. The first zaire, used until 1993, suffered from hyperinflation. The second zaire was replaced by the Congolese franc in 1997 when Zaire became the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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Furthermore, Fatima Jinnah Hospital Medical Superintendent (MS) Dr Noorullah Musa Khail said that patients of Congo virus are being treated providing them all the facilities on the directions of the CM.
'All the medicines for the patients are free', MS Fatima Jinnah Hospital said as he insisted that Virology laboratory has started functioning for the PCR of Congo for the first time in Balochistan.
Une fois pleinement exploitee, cette licence pourrait propulser le Congo en tant que troisieme producteur de petrole d'Afrique, devant l'Algerie et la Libye.
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The report of KMC explained, initial symptoms of Congo fever include headache, high fever, rashes, back pain, joint pain, stomach pain and vomiting.
Congo Crimean Hemorrhagic Fever (CCHF) is a lethal disease caused by Congo virus which is present in a tick, present in animals.
Dr Shaukat Hayat said all available resources were being used to protect livestock and people against Congo fever.
At least another 1,411 people have died in Congo since August in the second worst outbreak of the disease on record.
The boy's case is the first known example of Ebola crossing the border since the current outbreak began in August in the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo.
Ebola first appeared in 1976 in Sudan, followed by DR Congo. The virus can be transmitted to humans from wild animals.
According to health experts, symptoms of Congo virus include backache, joints pain, pain in abdomen, high fever and bleeding from any part of body.
"It is Congo that won," said Mr Tshisekedi, speaking to his supporters after the court decision.