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Mweru

(ˈmwɛəruː)
n
(Placename) a lake in central Africa, on the border between Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Area: 4196 sq km (1620 sq miles)

Mwe•ru

(ˈmweɪ ru)

n.
a lake in S central Africa, between Zambia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. 68 mi. (109 km) long.
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Buried between towering trees and banana plants, the structures at Mweru High School on the outskirts of Nyeri town are testimony to the painful struggle for independence 56 years ago.
But Mweru said he was arrested for possessing a rungu and a knife.
Zambia houses several natural lakes in its northern area: Mweru, Tanganyika, and Bangweulu.
Kenneth Mweru (then District Health Officer for Butaleja district) for supervision of the field researchers and to Mr.
The unit is placed in the Nchelenge District of Zambia s Luapula Province and is projected with making of the Luapula River neighboring Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Lake Mweru Wantipa.
Nothobranchius oestergaardi (Cyprinodontiformes: Nothobranchiidae), a new annual killifish from Mweru Wantipa Lake drainage basin, northern Zambia.
This could potentially include the inland Cuvette Centrale basin (NOTE SPELLING IS CORRECT), and the lakes in the eastern part of the country such as lakes Edward, Kivu, Tanganyika and Mweru. "Eni will carry out studies for the development of both conventional and non-conventional hydrocarbons, the gas valorisation in the eastern areas of the country, the industrial modernisation and the education and training of local people," Eni said.
This technique, first implemented in the Mwea camps in 1957, was officially endorsed by the Colonial Office in London; and later rolled out to camps at Athi River, Aguthi, Mweru, and Hola in order to "enforce discipline and preserve good order".
In 2000, epidemics were reported only in the areas of Lake Tanganyika and Lake Mweru (on the eastern border of Katanga).
Among the cases are that of Nassir Abdallah Skanda, Hania Sagar Rogo, Sheikh Mohammed Khalid, Mr Samuel Wanjala Wabwile, alias Salim Mohamed, Abdirazak Salah Salah, Ms Luul Ali Tahli, Ms Nasteho Ali Tahli, Ms Zamzam Abdallahi and Yasir Azam Abdulakhan.Others are Mr Mohamed Ibrahim Noor, Ms Nargis Arafat Gulan, Ms Mwanajuma Mweru Tayari and Ms Saumu Ali Athman.