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/ 14 February 2008

Angola welcomes responsible foreign investment

A high-level mission from Angola has visited Portugal to entice potential investors with business opportunities arising from the new-found stability in the south-western African nation, one of the fastest-growing economies in the world. But foreign investors should forget about merely transferring profits abroad without leaving any benefits behind.

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/ 23 January 2008

Jonas Savimbi’s tomb vandalised, says Unita

Angola’s opposition Unita party accused members of the country’s ruling party of vandalising the tomb of Jonas Savimbi, the rebel leader who led a 27-year bush war against the government. Savimbi, who is seen as a freedom fighter by some Angolans but a war criminal by many others, was killed by government troops in 2002.