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Kabila

[ kuh-bee-luh- ]
/ kəˈbi lə /
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noun

Lau·rent Dé·si·ré [loh-rahn dey-zee-rey], /loʊˈrɑn deɪ ziˈreɪ/, 1939–2001, president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo 1997–2001.

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Kabila
/ (kæˈbiːlə) /

noun

Laurent (French lorã̃). 1940–2001, Congolese politician and guerrilla leader: he overthrew the Mobutu regime in Zaïre, becoming president of the renamed Democratic Republic of Congo (1997–2001): assassinated
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