In all, the 1976 outbreak saw 318 cases in zaire, 280 of which ended in death.
Together they went around the world with Muhammad Ali, to zaire, Manila, Kuala Lumpur.
To break up the trip to zaire, the two stopped in Geneva to meet with leaders at the World Health Organization.
Bill Close, as his friends called him, was the personal physician to President Mobutu Sese Seko of zaire.
And from zaire, the genocidaires would try to continue their project.
Three hours from the city the zaire came up to a long canoe with four men standing at their paddles singing dolefully.
I came out at the "Franais" as zaire; my success was a triumph!
He was the author of 17 dramatic pieces, some of them, such as his versions of Voltaire's zaire and Merope, being adaptations.
He went down stream the next morning, the zaire overcrowded with Houssas.
"You shall find other counsellors, B'sano," said Hamilton, as the men were led to the zaire.
African nation (1971-1997), from an early alternative name of the Congo River, from Kikongo nzai, dialectal form of nzadi "river."
See Democratic Republic of Congo.