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Congo / A History #840199

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 03, 2006
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This special edition of "Anderson Cooper 360" on Africa re-introduced.

(Goma, Congo: Anderson Cooper) The epic misery in Congo, which has been a killing field for the last eight years, introduced; scenes shown; details given of the historical exploitation of the colonial country, the corruption of Zaire, the Hutu-Tutsi ethnic fight, the renaming of the country as Congo, the "world war" in Congo & ongoing factional fighting. ["The History of Congo" Didier GONDOLA†- says Congo has been cursed by its natural resources; comments on the corrupt leadership under a dictator.]

(Goma, Congo: Anderson Cooper) The "raw data" on Congo outlined on screen.

Cooper, Anderson

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