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PDF version The United States is proud to support Angola’s leadership in the global HIV/AIDS response.

PEPFAR provides technical assistance to maximize the quality, coverage, and impact of the national response to HIV/AIDS in key high-impact sites, including Luanda, Bie, Benguela, Cunene, Huila, and Huambo.

What seems certain is that in last year's attack nine policemen were killed by members of the sect.

In the aftermath, the cult’s leader Jose Kalupeteka and a number of his acolytes were sentenced to long prison sentences for murder.

When Isabel dos Santos sits down to count her billions, as Africa’s richest woman, much of that fortune is in stocks and shares which she counts as her own. The reality, however, is that a large proportion of it, estimated at €1.6-billion (

When Isabel dos Santos sits down to count her billions, as Africa’s richest woman, much of that fortune is in stocks and shares which she counts as her own. The reality, however, is that a large proportion of it, estimated at €1.6-billion ($1.8-billion) according to the Diário Economico’s calculations, corresponds to stocks in the Portuguese oil and gas company, Galp Energia, which should legally belong to the Angolan National Oil Company, Sonangol.

I have mixed feelings about being an American expat in Luanda, Angola.

I realize that I lived in the city during a very transient time.

In the meantime, activists are continuing to fight against the proposed ban by organizing seminars and media appearances.

", asked my boyfriend after getting an assignment there in early January.

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When Isabel dos Santos sits down to count her billions, as Africa’s richest woman, much of that fortune is in stocks and shares which she counts as her own. The reality, however, is that a large proportion of it, estimated at €1.6-billion ($1.8-billion) according to the Diário Economico’s calculations, corresponds to stocks in the Portuguese oil and gas company, Galp Energia, which should legally belong to the Angolan National Oil Company, Sonangol.I have mixed feelings about being an American expat in Luanda, Angola.I realize that I lived in the city during a very transient time.In the meantime, activists are continuing to fight against the proposed ban by organizing seminars and media appearances. ", asked my boyfriend after getting an assignment there in early January.Only a few people are said to have survived the attack by Angolan security forces against members of the Luz do Mundo" ("Light of the World") sect in a village inhabited by them in Kassongue province in central Angola. Angelo Kapuacha, chairman of the Angolan NGO "Regional Forum for University Development" (FORDU), told DW that he was informed of the occurrence by neighbors of the village and relatives of those killed during the fighting. Angelo Kapuacha of FORDU estimates that about 43 members of the sect lived in the village at the time of the attack. "Six women were jailed after the attacks; two were later transferred from the prison but have since disappeared." Kapuacha further adds that a girl was able to escape from the attacks, but was later found by the police and also jailed.

.8-billion) according to the Diário Economico’s calculations, corresponds to stocks in the Portuguese oil and gas company, Galp Energia, which should legally belong to the Angolan National Oil Company, Sonangol.I have mixed feelings about being an American expat in Luanda, Angola.I realize that I lived in the city during a very transient time.In the meantime, activists are continuing to fight against the proposed ban by organizing seminars and media appearances. ", asked my boyfriend after getting an assignment there in early January.Only a few people are said to have survived the attack by Angolan security forces against members of the Luz do Mundo" ("Light of the World") sect in a village inhabited by them in Kassongue province in central Angola. Angelo Kapuacha, chairman of the Angolan NGO "Regional Forum for University Development" (FORDU), told DW that he was informed of the occurrence by neighbors of the village and relatives of those killed during the fighting. Angelo Kapuacha of FORDU estimates that about 43 members of the sect lived in the village at the time of the attack. "Six women were jailed after the attacks; two were later transferred from the prison but have since disappeared." Kapuacha further adds that a girl was able to escape from the attacks, but was later found by the police and also jailed.