Man who had 281 children from 47 wives dies at 73 in Angola

    Angola thanks Portugal for support in fighting corruption

    Handball: Angola lose to France

    Angola swears in Joao Lourenco as president

    More fires burning in Angola and Congo than in the Amazon

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    Man who had 281 children from 47 wives dies at 73 in Angola

    Man who had 281 children from 47 wives dies at 73 in Angola

    2 Before he was laid to rest Sunday, the Angolan man known as Pai Grande, or Big Dad, drew a…
    Angola thanks Portugal for support in fighting corruption

    Angola thanks Portugal for support in fighting corruption

    The Angolan government appreciated Monday, for the institutional support that Portugal has provided to Angola in the fight against corruption.,…
    Handball: Angola lose to France

    Handball: Angola lose to France

    The national squad, which were leading the score in 13 minutes (6-3), ended up having the same points with their…
    Angola swears in Joao Lourenco as president

    Angola swears in Joao Lourenco as president

    Joao Lourenco has been sworn in as president of Angola, becoming the first new leader in the  oil-rich southern African nation in almost four decades. Lourenco, 63, took over on Tuesday from Jose Eduardo dos Santos, who ruled the former Portuguese colony for 38 years. The People’s Movement for the Liberation of Angola has governed since Angola’s hard-fought independence from Portugal in 1975, with Dos Santos taking power in 1979. Opposition parties boycotted the inauguration after denouncing “irregularities” in the election, saying the ballot was marred by unfair media coverage and suppression of opposition voters. The election commission dismissed the opposition complaints. This month UNITA, the main opposition party, dropped its threat to refuse to attend parliament over its complaints, while the Constitutional Court dismissed its case alleging election flaws. Lourenco will be Angola’s first head of state to be constitutionally limited to serving two five-year terms. SOURCE: aljazeera.com
    More fires burning in Angola and Congo than in the Amazon

    More fires burning in Angola and Congo than in the Amazon

    Blazes burning in the Amazon have put heat on the environmental policies of President Jair Bolsonaro, but Brazil is actually third in…
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