Uele


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Uele

(ˈweɪlə)
n
(Placename) a river in central Africa, rising near the border between the Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda and flowing west to join the Bomu River and form the Ubangi River. Length: about 1100 km (700 miles)
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Ue•le

(ˈweɪ lə)

n.
a river in central Africa flowing W from the NE Democratic Republic of the Congo to the Ubangi River. 700 mi. (1125 km) long.
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They are among nearly 100,000 South Sudanese refugees in the DRC's Haut Uele and Ituri provinces, according to the UNHCR.
In the Congo's Eastern Province lies a crossroads not far from the Uele river.
Other 6 specimens communicated: Central African Republic, Ubangi, Karawa 1939; Democratic Republic of Congo, Uele, Lakulu 1928-32; Democratic Republic of Congo, Bambesa X-1933 (2); Democratic Republic of Congo, Kasongo; Uganda, Foret Semliki P.N.A.
The winner Uele River and runner-up Burmese have both contested Listed and Group races since.
The most affected provinces were those in the eastern part of the country such as North Kivu, Ituri and Haut Uele provinces.
No obstante, el termino de'viado 'uele reducir'e a e'ta 'egunda tendencia (negativa) (Clinard y Meier; Higgin' y Butler citado por Miron y Otero, 2005), como afirma Del Olmo (s/f:41) "la desviacion puede definirse como una actividad que, segun la opinion general, requiere la atencion de agente' de control 'ocial; e' decir, una conducta que exige que 'e haga algo", por lo que la de'viacion no e' algo inherente a alguna' forma' de comportamiento, 'ino que por el contrario es atribuido por quienes la contemplan y hacen exitosa su calificacion (Becker, 1971).
(53) "It was legal for mine management to use the chicotte, and at the gold mines of Moto, on the Upper Uele River, records show that 26,579 lashes were administered in the first half of 1920 alone.
mensab fil gueri uele nisab fo homorcom, non si e trovato ne nel passato ne nel presente, [...] halex liradi 'al col xebir sura.
According to Ledio Cakaj, "As of January 2011, the majority of the LRA forces appear to have gathered in the vast Haut Uele Province in northeast Democratic Republic of Congo."(28) He identifies approximately 10 different LRA units, usually comprised of 30-40 militia members each.
Internal conflict in the eastern provinces of North and South Kivu, as well as in the LRA-affected areas in the Haut- Uele and Bas-Uele Districts of Orientale Province has an extremely negative effect on security and human rights.
Meanwhile the rebels have carved out a kingdom in the Bas Uele of DR Congo by slaughtering over a hundred people and abducting at least 570 in the past 15 months, according to field research by the Washington-based Enough pressure group.