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· December, 2007

Stories about Angola from December, 2007

Angola: Welcome to a new blogger

Soba L [pt] is a new blogger from Luanda, Angola, who likes examining carefully daily events. In his first posts, he analyzes the actual situation of the RAP music in ...

Angola: Looking forward to 2008 elections

Orlando Castro [pt] comments on the announcement of elections for the Angolan parliament taking place in September 2008. “Angola has (almost) everything to show and to prove that it can...

Angola: Jailed journalists still in prison

Orlando Castro [pt] reports that Angolan journalists Armando Chikoca and José Lelo, both arrested in the past months while working in different news pieces in two different parts of the...

Angola: Welcome to Cuban doctors

Orlando Castro [pt] welcomes the Cuban doctors that will work in Huambo, an Angolan province with a population of over 2 million people and a doctor for every 40,183 patients....

Angola: Police mistakenly kills actors

Orlando Castro [pt] reports that two actors were killed by the police yesterday in Luanda, capital of Angola. They were rehearsing a robbery shoot.

Angola: Worried about children welfare?

Orlando Castro [pt] casts doubt on the Angolan government discourse about its engagement in the protection and promotion of children welfare. The assurance that this was in the national political...

Angola: Portrait of an Angolan woman back home

Desabafos Angolanos [pt] publishes a letter from an Angolan woman who has come back home after many years living in Portugal. “After reading her e-mail, I thought it would be...

Africa: The African Diaspora Film Festival

The African Diaspora Film Festival is taking place in New York: “The program for the 15th Annual African Diaspora Film Festival, which will take place in New York on November...

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