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Angola: Lack of Coverage on the Exclave of Cabinda

“Nowadays speaking of Cabinda is something that displeases the political powers of Angola and Portugal”, says [pt] journalist Orlando Castro on his blog Alto Hama. Cabinda, with some of the largest offshore oil fields in the world, was integrated into Angola as its exclave and province in 1975, despite the rejection by all Cabindan political organizations.

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