Cabinda

(from the article `Angola`) There were problems of a different character in the Cabinda enclave. In February a spokesman for the Cabinda Forum for Dialogue (FDC), the umbrella ... [2 related articles]
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Cabinda

Cabinda (kubin'du) , Angolan exclave (1991 est. pop. 163,000), c.2,800 sq mi (7,300 sq km), W Africa; administered as a province. The town of Cabinda is the chief population center. The territory is bounded on the N by Congo (Brazzaville), on the E and S by Congo (Kinshasa), and on the W by the ...
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Cabinda

Coastal exclave, a province of Angola, bounded on the east and south by the Democratic Republic of Congo, on the north by the Republic of the Congo, and on the west by the Atlantic Ocean; area 7,770 sq km/3,000 sq mi; population (2007 est) 68,400. The capital is Cabinda. There are oil reserves. Products include timber and phosphates. At...
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Cabinda

northern exclave of Angola, on the west (Atlantic) coast of Africa north of the Congo River estuary. It is bordered by the Republic of the Congo to ... [3 related articles]
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Cabinda

The red grape variety is a new breed between Grand Noir x João de Santarém ( Castelão Francês ). The crossing took place in Portugal, She is in the region Estremadura cultivated and is there for the DOC brandy Lourinhã authorized. In 2010, 362 hectares of vineyards were expelled.
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