Tshombe

[ chom-bey ]
/ ˈtʃɒm beɪ /

noun

Mo·ise Ka·pen·da [moh-ees kuh-pen-duh], /moʊˈis kəˈpɛn də/, 1919–69, African political leader in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: prime minister 1964–65.

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Tshombe
/ (ˈtʃɒmbɪ) /

noun

Moise (məʊˈiːz). 1919–69, Congolese statesman. He led the secession of Katanga (1960) from the newly independent Congo; forced into exile (1963) but returned (1964–65) as premier of the Congo; died in exile
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