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Angola police fire on separatists, kill one: activists | News24

28.6.17

Angola police fire on separatists, kill one: activists | News24: Police fired on protesters as they headed from Luzamba to Cuango, an administrative town about 600km east of capital Luanda, activists said.

Cuango is in the north of the vast region that separatists want to see independent and comprises Angola's entire eastern half, according to some claims.

"A police officer shot at Pimbi Tchivutche," a 35-year-old father of eight who died at the scene, said Jose Zecamutchima, president of the Lunda Chokwe Protectorate Movement.

Another demonstrator was shot in the head and hospitalised, he said, adding that the protesters were unarmed.


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