Congolese

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Congolese may refer to:

  • Something of, from, or related to the Republic of the Congo (Brazzaville) in Africa, located west of the Congo River
  • Something of, from, or related to the Democratic Republic of the Congo in Africa, through which the Congo River flows
  • Something of, from, or related to the former French Congo in Africa — the modern-day Republic
  • Something of, from, or related to the former Republic of the Congo in Africa — the modern-day Democratic Republic
  • Something of, from, or related to the former Belgian Congo in Africa — the predecessor of the Republic of the Congo (Léopoldville)
  • Something of, from, or related to the former Congo Free State in Africa — the predecessor of the Belgian Congo
  • Kongo people, a Bantu ethnic group who live along the Atlantic coast of Africa from Pointe-Noire (Republic of Congo) to Luanda, Angola. They are primarily defined by the speaking of Kikongo, a common language
  • Kongo language, the Bantu language spoken by the Bakongo and Bandundu people living in the tropical forests of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Republic of the Congo and Angola
  • Congolese cuisine, varies widely, representing the food of indigenous people. Cassava is generally the staple food usually eaten with other side dishes
  • Congolese Air Force, the air branch of the Armed Forces of the Republic of the Congo, in the Republic of the Congo (aka Congo-Brazzaville). Political tensions have now declined with the fall of the Cold War in Africa and most of its fighter aircraft were scrapped in 2001
  • Congolese American, Americans of descent from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Republic of the Congo
  • Congolese Banyarwanda, refers to Rwandan colonials or nationals who, between the end of World War I and 1960 emigrated to the Democratic Republic of Congo. The term is used to distinguish them from Banyamulenge, Rwandans who emigrated in a wave in the 19th century
  • Congolese Democratic Front, a political party in Moyen-Congo. The party was founded by Emmanuel Dadet, after he left the Congolse Progressive Party. The FDC failed to become a major force in Congolese politics. In 1956, Dadet joined UDDIA
  • Congolese National Convention, a political alliance in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • Congolese Revolutionary Movement, a rebel group in Ituri Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • Congolese Spotted Lion, the hybrid of a male lion and female jaguar-leopard (a jagulep or lepjag)
  • Congolese Youth Union, a youth organization in Congo-Brazzaville
  • Congolese Red Cross
  • Congolese music (disambiguation)
  • Congolese people (disambiguation)
  • Congolese Civil War (disambiguation)

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