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DR Congo and Congo Agree to Link their Cities with a Bridge Worth $550 Million

In what appears to be huge credit towards Regional Integration in Africa, DR Congo and Congo have agreed to build a bridge to link the two countries.

DR Congo and Congo Agree to Link their Cities with a Bridge Worth $550 Million
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