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Luanda Leaks | ICIJ

How Africa's richest woman exploited family ties, shell companies and inside deals to build an empire Isabel dos Santos made a fortune at the expense of the Angolan people.

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Peace the Center of Great Lakes Conference in Angola | Prensa Latina News Agency

Peace is the focus of the 5th Ordinary Summit of the International Conference of Great Lakes Region (CIRGL), on its second day with the meeting of Defence ministers. In the first-day speeches and press conferences, most chiefs of Armed Forces and Intelligence Services favoured regional understanding. “The successful experience of Angola could help to develop stability in the Great Lakes ...

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Southern African countries collaborate on plans for climate research centre | guardian.co.uk

Windhoek-based facility to open in August after South Africa, Angola, Botswana, Zambia and Namibia commit to project Five countries in southern Africa have joined forces to launch a research centre that will work on combating climate change in the region. South Africa, Angola, Botswana, Zambia and Namibia signed a declaration on Wednesday to base the initiative in the Namibian capital ...

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Peace achievement in Angola deemed as a lesson to world

The achievement of peace in Angola was a lesson to the world of how internal conflicts should be resolved. This opinion is expressed in relation to the Memorandum of Understanding of Luena, which is complementary to the Lusaka Protocol that enabled the cease fire which ended up with the signing of the peace agreement between the government and UNITA on ...

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