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Angolans flock to Afcon opener despite attack

Angolans flocked to a stadium for the opening game of the African Nations Cup they hope will restore some national pride after a deadly gun attack.

Deadly ambush weighs on African Nations Cup

Africa's biggest soccer tournament starts in Angola on Sunday, overshadowed by an ambush by separatist rebels on the Togo team bus.

One dead in attack on Togo soccer team

Gunmen opened fire on a bus carrying Togo's national soccer squad to the top African tournament in Angola on Friday.

Angola FX reserves drop despite firm oil prices

Angola's foreign exchange reserves fell for the first time in three months to ,1-billion, the central bank said on Monday.

Angola kicks off public debate on new Constitution

Angola kicked off a public debate on Wednesday about a new Constitution that is likely to continue President José Eduardo dos Santos's grip on power.

Angola: French arms trial ‘biased’

Angola on Wednesday called the conviction of the son of the late Francois Mitterrand over illegal arms sales to the African nation unjust.

Angola hails Zuma visit as start of new era in ties

Angola's president hailed a visit by Jacob Zuma on Thursday as the start of a new era to improve the once strained relationship between the countries.

Angola: No plans to devalue currency

Angola's central bank is not planning to devalue the kwanza and will resist speculative attempts to weaken the currency, the bank said on Tuesday.

Clinton seeks better ties with oil giant Angola

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will seek on a visit to Angola on Sunday to boost opportunities for US business in the oil producer.

Banks urge Angola to review monetary policies

The Association of Angolan Banks urged the government to urgently review its monetary policies, including an increase in the reserve requirement.

Rights group urges Angola to fix poll mistakes

Angola must ensure failings during last year's parliamentary election are not repeated at a presidential vote expected in 2009.

Angola backs budget, may cut spending if oil stays low

Angola approved a -billion spending plan for 2009 despite fears the recent slump in oil prices will increase the country's budget deficit.

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