FNLC
First National Lincoln Company (Business » NASDAQ Symbols)

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  • FNLC — may refer to: *the National Front for the Liberation of Corsica *the Front pour la Libération Nationale du Congo (Front for the National Liberation of the Congo, in the late 1970s (see Shaba I)) …   Wikipedia

  • FNLC — Front national de libération du Congo Le Front national pour la libération du Congo (FNLC), était un mouvement rebelle en République du Zaïre (Congo Kinshasa) contre le gouvernement de Mobutu Sese Seko. Les invasions du FNLC au Shaba (Katanga) en …   Wikipédia en Français

  • FNLC — abbr. FIRST NATIONAL LINCOLN CO NASDAQ …   Dictionary of abbreviations

  • Angolan Civil War — Part of the Cold War and the South African Border War …   Wikipedia

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  • Deuxième Guerre du Shaba — Le Shaba Informations générales Date 1978 Lieu Shaba, République démocratique du Congo Issue Victoire zaïroise et troupes alliées …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Deuxième guerre du Shaba — Le Shaba Informations générales Date 1978 Lieu Shaba, République démocratique du Congo Issue Victoire zaïroise et troupes alli …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Shaba II — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Shaba II date=March 17 June 1978 place=Shaba, Zaire casus= resua I caption= result=Zairian victory; mutual end of support for other nations rebel groups combatant1= combatant2=Front for the National Liberation… …   Wikipedia

  • Angola–Cuba relations — Angola Cuba relations are, for Angola, second only to relations with the United States. During Angola s civil war ) Cuban forces fought on behalf of the ultimately victorious MPLA against Western backed UNITA guerrillas.Pedro Rosso Leal is the… …   Wikipedia

  • Angola–Soviet Union relations — Soviet Angolan relations were close until the Angolan government renounced Marxist Leninism in 1990 and adopted a pro Western foreign policy. The close, personal relationship between President Agostinho Neto and Cuban leader Fidel Castro… …   Wikipedia

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