Category:Bateke

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English: The Bateke (Teke) are a Central African ethnic group that speak the Teke languages. Its population is situated mainly in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Republic of the Congo and with a minority in Gabon. Omar Bongo, who was President of Gabon in the late 20th century, was a member of the Bateke.
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Teke (it); Tékés (fr); Батеке (народ) (ru); Batéké (de); Bateke (pt); Тэке (be); Батеке (bg); Bateke (lt); テケ人 (ja); Teke (sv); Teket (fi); 巴特克人 (zh); Teke people (nl); Bateke (kg); 巴特克人 (zh-cn); Bateke (es); Téké (ln); Teke people (en); Batekeoj (eo); 巴特克人 (zh-hans); Anzigi (la) ethnic group (en); Ethnie in Afrika (de); etnische groep (nl) Bateke, Mbéti, Tégué, Nzabi, Téké (it); Téké (ethnie), Tio, Téké, Mbéti (fr); Bateket (fi); Bateke (sv); Anziges, Ansincani, Teke, Téké, Bateke, Batéké (la); Bateke (Volk) (de); Teke, Teke karalystė, Anziku (lt)

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