Republic of the Congo Civil War (1993–94)
|Republic of the Congo Civil War|
Republic of the Congo |
Congolese Party of Labour|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Denis Sassou Nguesso|
The Republic of the Congo Civil War was the first of two ethnopolitical civil conflicts in the African state of Republic of the Congo, beginning in 1993 and continuing until December 1994. Pascal Lissouba remained President until another civil war in 1997.
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"Republic of Congo (Brazzaville): Information on the human rights situation and the Ninja militia". Resource Information Center. 14 November 2000. Retrieved 26 May 2015.
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