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Police blamed as Angola probes deadly football stampede

Angola announced an investigation into a stadium stampede that killed at least 17 and injured scores, as the nation's president, the host team and witnesses blamed the deaths on police error. Children were among the victims in what has been described as the ... Business Standard, 1 week ago
Angola probes football stampede that killed 17 Business Standard, 1 week ago

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Stadium stampede kills 17 fans in Angola

Fans reportedly stormed the stadium gates before the match got underway in the northern city of Uige. "While the players were on the field, outside fans were trying to get into the stadium and a gate probably gave way to the pressure of the crowd causing ...
 MSN India1 week ago Angola football stadium stampede: 17 killed, dozens injured  Business Standard1 week ago At least 17 people killed in Angola's football match stampede  Prokerala1 week ago 17 killed, several injured in Angola's football match stampede  India Today1 week ago

17 dead in stampede at Angolan football stadium: police

At least 17 football fans died in a stampede at a stadium in northern Angola, police said, adding that scores of other spectators were injured, many of them seriously. Panic spread through the crowd at the match in the town of Uige between Santa Rita de ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Angola orders Gulen-linked Turkish school to close

Angola has ordered the closure of a school linked to the Gulen movement, which is blamed by Turkey for a July coup attempt, an official source said Wednesday. Luanda also expelled all of the Turkish staff working at the Colegio Esperanca Internacional ...
 Zee News5 days ago

WHO declares end to yellow fever outbreak in Congo, Angola

The World Health Organization has declared an end to the yellow fever outbreak that killed about 400 people in Congo and Angola, calling it "one of the largest and most challenging" in recent years.
 DNA5 days ago Congo declares end to worst yellow fever epidemic in decades  DNA5 days ago

Angolan rebels call on oil region to boycott election

Separatist rebels have called on Angola's oil region to boycott parliamentary elections in August that are likely to be the most closely watched in decades as President Jose Eduardo dos Santos ends 38 years in power.
 DNA1 week ago

Angola President Dos Santos to step down after 37 years

Veteran Angolan President Jose Eduardo dos Santos announced today he will not run in August elections, signalling the end to 37 years in power and naming his defence minister as the candidate to succeed him.
 DNA2 weeks ago Angola's dos Santos calls end to 38 years in power  DNA2 weeks ago Angola's dos Santos will not run in 2017 presidential election  DNA2 weeks ago Angola's President Dos Santos to stand down in 2017  Business Standard2 months ago

37 ex-opposition fighters face coup charges in Angola

UNITA denied the accusations at a news conference. The party`s parliamentary group leader, Adalberto da Costa Junior, said it was "not the first time" that the Angolan authorities had "used this type of accusation to denigrate the opposition." The prosecutor ...
 Zee News2 months ago

20 years after Princess Diana campaign, new landmine crisis plagues Iraq, Syria

Recently in Angola, images of Princess Diana walking through a minefield 20 years ago helped raise global awareness of landmines and the plight of their victims.
 DNA1 month ago Twenty years after Diana campaign, new landmine crisis plagues Iraq and Syria  Reuters1 month ago

Angola reports first two cases of Zika virus

LUANDA (Reuters) - Angola said on Wednesday it had recorded its first two cases of the Zika virus, just three months after a yellow fever epidemic that killed at least 400 people was brought under control.
 Reuters1 month ago
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