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Angola marks independence day amid social unrest

This month, Angola is celebrating its 45th year of independence. But the country is troubled. After 38 years under the presidency of Jose Eduardo Dos Santos, a new leader was elected in 2017. Joao Lourenco promised to recover billions of dollars that had gone missing during the long years of the previous administration, but he too is now accused of corruption. Sarah Balter reports on a country whose political elite are seen as ignoring the plight of those they serve. Africa Matters 👉 http://trt.world/f931 #AngolaProtests #Corruption #Covid19

Isabel dos Santos, Africa's richest woman says she's not corrupt

Isabel dos Santos, Africa's richest woman says she's not corrupt

How Africa’s richest woman robbed Angola

How Africa’s richest woman robbed Angola

European Parliament to discuss ongoing protests in Bulgaria

European Parliament to discuss ongoing protests in Bulgaria

Bad actors exploit pandemic, divert funds and accept bribes

Bad actors exploit pandemic, divert funds and accept bribes

British artist unveils house covered in doodles

British artist unveils house covered in doodles

US nurse chooses Türkiye hospital for hysterectomy

US nurse chooses Türkiye hospital for hysterectomy

Iran's morality police, explained

Iran's morality police, explained

Bolsonaro or Lula?

Bolsonaro or Lula?

Crisis pushing Tunisians out to sea

Crisis pushing Tunisians out to sea

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The internet is obsessed: Trevor Noah

BBC World Service to End 10 Radio Services

BBC World Service to End 10 Radio Services

Putin declares annexation of Ukrainian territory

Putin declares annexation of Ukrainian territory

Palestinian boy dies after being chased by Israeli soldiers

Palestinian boy dies after being chased by Israeli soldiers

'Sarajevo Safari’ reveals 'manhunting' tourism in Bosnian War

'Sarajevo Safari’ reveals 'manhunting' tourism in Bosnian War

Amnesty says Facebook owes Rohingya reparations for Myanmar violence

Amnesty says Facebook owes Rohingya reparations for Myanmar violence

11.3 million people in Cuba have no electricity after Hurricane Ian

11.3 million people in Cuba have no electricity after Hurricane Ian

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