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· January, 2008

Stories about Angola from January, 2008

Angola: We CAN do it

“For the first time ever the Angolan national team made it to the quarters-finals of the African Cup of Nations (CAN)”. Jotacê Carranca [pt] is akready celebrating a possible victory.

Lusosphere: Child survival

UNICEF has just published its annual analysis of the mortality rate of children under 5 years. Among the conclusions, Angola, Guinea Bissau, Mozambique, Sao Tome and Principe, East Timor and...

Angola: A social contrast

Orlando Castro [pt] criticizes the contrast implicit in the construction of a 70 floor tower in Luanda, which will be the largest building in Angola and home of luxury houses,...

Angola: A very tiny blogosphere

Manoel Vieira [pt] reflects on the small Angolan blogosphere's size and the lack of Internet access. “In a land where the  comandants’ tethers, every now and then, act in the...

Angola: What I do not want for 2008

ELCAlmeida [pt] is wondering about what he wants for Angola in 2008. He definitely knows what he does not wish: “What I do not want, once and for all, for...

Angola: List of blogs and websites

Feliciano J.R. Cangüe [pt] shares with us his list of blogs and websites from Angola. Most of them are in Portuguese.

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