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Angola: more than a thousand words

Koluki posts a picture worth a thousand words: “THE STORY IS: about the degradation of Angola's capital city, with its lack of infrastructure, effective public services and basic sanitation. To make things worse, because of the war, whose social and psychological effects are still present and unresolved everywhere, people from all over the country moved into the capital and started building everywhere and anywhere… and, without any maintenance services, most areas, including the urbanised areas, cannot cope with heavy rains and floods such as those occurred in the last few months in Luanda and the rest of the country.”

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