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Guest Post: The Trial of the 'Angola 15' | On June 20th, 13 young activists in Angola were arrested at a book club where they were discussing an Angolan adaptation of Gene Sharp’s classic From Dictatorship to Democracy. Two more were arrested within the next four days. All 15, plus two young women who were later added to the case, were accused of participating in preparatory acts to overthrow the government. These activists had been regularly protesting since 2011 against the extended rule of Angola’s President, Jos� Eduardo dos Santos, who has been in power since 1979.

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