At least 206 people have been killed in the Republic of Congo as a series of explosions ripped through an arms depot in the capital Brazzaville on Sunday afternoon.
What does BZV stand for?
BZV stands for Brazzaville (Republic of Congo)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Brazzaville, Rabi'II 12, 1433, Mar 5, 2012, SPA - A series of explosions at an ammunition depot killed 200 people and wounded about 2,000 more in Brazzaville, the capital of Africa's Republic of Congo, Congolese officials said Monday.
The Munene case has caused friction between the two Congos, with Kinshasa calling for his extradition and Brazzaville refusing up to now.
Together, Brazzaville and Kinshasa provide a piece of geographic trivia: they are the only national capitals located within sight of one another.
Brazzaville, August 17, 2010 (TAP)- As instructed by President Zine el Abidine Ben Ali, Secretary of State for Maghreb, Arab and African Affairs Abdelhafidh Harguem represented Tunisia to festivities marking the fiftieth anniversary of the independence of Congo's Republic held on August 14-15 in Brazzaville.
Summary: Brazzaville - Speaker of the House of Representatives (lower house) Abdelouahed Radi represented, on Sunday, HM King Mohammed VI in the festivities marking the 50th anniversary of the Republic of Congo's National Day.