Many demonstrator young and unemployed, expressing frustration with the ruling party and income inequality.
Constitutional court rejects appeal filed by the Southern African country's main opposition party, UNITA, saying the evidence it presented "does not call the overall results into question".
Official results announced by the National Electoral Commission show the ruling party MPLA won 51.17 percent of the ballots against 43.95 percent for the main challenger UNITA
Angolans and world leaders gather for the state funeral of former President Jose Eduardo dos Santos as his MPLA party looks almost certain to win Wednesday's elections.
With 33 percent of ballots counted, preliminary results show that the ruling MPLA has grabbed 60.65 percent of the vote, with the main opposition UNITA at 33.85 percent.
President Joao Lourenco and his main opposition rival Adalberto Costa Junior hope to win over the youthful and largely poor electorate in a race that could also affect pro-Russia ties.
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