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Chinese laborers of the Chinese company Sinohydro work on March 28, 2013 on the renovation of the Mpila military camp, which was destroyed by the March 4, 2012 blast at a munitions depot in the eastern Mpila neighborhood of Brazzaville. China's new President Xi Jinping was headed on March 29 to Brazzaville, the final leg of a three-nation Africa tour that has underscored Beijing's growing presence in the resource-rich continent. Deals worth several billion dollars are due to be signed during Xi's two-day visit to Congo, an impoverished country of four million with significant oil resources. AFP PHOTO / JUNIOR D.KANNAH (Photo credit should read JUNIOR D.KANNAH/AFP/Getty Images)
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Chinese laborers of the Chinese company Sinohydro work on March 28, 2013 on the renovation of the Mpila military camp, which was destroyed by the March 4, 2012 blast at a munitions depot in the eastern Mpila neighborhood of Brazzaville. China's new President Xi Jinping was headed on March 29 to Brazzaville, the final leg of a three-nation Africa tour that has underscored Beijing's growing presence in the resource-rich continent. Deals worth several billion dollars are due to be signed during Xi's two-day visit to Congo, an impoverished country of four million with significant oil resources. AFP PHOTO / JUNIOR D.KANNAH (Photo credit should read JUNIOR D.KANNAH/AFP/Getty Images)
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Chinese laborers of the Chinese company Sinohydro work on March 28... News Photo 164899360Ammunition,Brazzaville,Business,Camp,Chinese,Corporate Business,Economy,Exploding,Finance,Home Improvement,Horizontal,Industrial Building,Laborer,Military,Renovation,Republic of the Congo,Residential District,WorkingPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPChinese laborers of the Chinese company Sinohydro work on March 28, 2013 on the renovation of the Mpila military camp, which was destroyed by the March 4, 2012 blast at a munitions depot in the eastern Mpila neighborhood of Brazzaville. China's new President Xi Jinping was headed on March 29 to Brazzaville, the final leg of a three-nation Africa tour that has underscored Beijing's growing presence in the resource-rich continent. Deals worth several billion dollars are due to be signed during Xi's two-day visit to Congo, an impoverished country of four million with significant oil resources. AFP PHOTO / JUNIOR D.KANNAH (Photo credit should read JUNIOR D.KANNAH/AFP/Getty Images)