Kivu

Kivu was the name for a large `Region` in the Democratic Republic of Congo under the rule of Mobutu Sese Seko that bordered Lake Kivu. It included three `Sub-Regions` (`Sous-Regions` in French): Nord-Kivu, Sud-Kivu and Maniema, corresponding to the three current provinces created in 1986. The capital of the Kivu Region was in Bukavu, and the...
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Kivu

Kivu (kē'vOO, kēvOO') , region, c.89,000 sq mi (230,510 sq km), E Congo (Kinshasa). It borders on Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, and Lake Tanganyika on the east. Kivu is divided into three provinces, Nord-Kivu, Sud-Kivu, and Maniema. Coffee, cotton, rice, and palm oil are produced, and...
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Kivu

Kivu, lake, 1,042 sq mi (2,699 sq km), 55 mi (89 km) long, on the Congo-Rwanda border, E central Africa; highest lake in Africa (4,788 ft/1,459 m). It is drained by the Ruzizi River, which flows S into Lake Tanganyika. Beneath the lake lie vast reserves of methane gas which have not been exploited. ...
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Kivu

[n] - a lake in the mountains of central Africa between Congo and Rwanda
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